Authorized publication Forbes published the Top 2000 ranking of the world’s largest companies, which is riddled with coronavirus issues. Analysts have found that this time around, the limitations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have had a tremendous impact. Air America lost $2.2 billion, after which it increased from 372 to 967 routes. But companies working in a remote location due to their specificity were the winners. This applies in particular to Amazon, Alibaba, and Walmart. Xiaomi was also on the rise, 384 on the top list, 42 places more than last year. The Chinese manufacturer has even surpassed the famous Philips home appliance company.
Apple, the ninth row, should take the highest position in the ranking. Nearby is Alphabet, which includes both Google and Microsoft (two American giants share 13th place). Samsung was ranked 16th. Here is a complete list of 2,000 listed companies.