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Washington, July 23 (IANS) Seven Indian companies headed by Indian Oil figure in this year’s Fortune Global 500 list of the world’s 500 largest companies in 36 countries topped by retail giant Walmart.

Together, these companies employing 65 million people worldwide generated $31.2 trillion in revenue and $1.7 trillion in profits in 2014, according to the list compiled by the US business magazine.

Companies are ranked by total revenue for their respective fiscal years ended on or before March 31, 2015.

Heading the Indian companies on the list was Indian Oil ranked 119th with revenue of about $74 billion. It was followed by Reliance Industries (158) with $62 billion and Tata Motors (254) with $43 billion.

State Bank of India (260) came next with revenue of $42 billion followed by Bharat Petroleum (280) with $40 billion, Hindustan Petroleum (327) with $35 billion and Oil and Natural Gas (449) with $26 billion.

While Indian Oil, Reliance, Bharat Petroleum, Hindustan Petroleum, and Oil and Natural Gas slipped in rankings from the previous year, Tata Motors and SBI improved in rankings.

Walmart with $485 billion in revenue and $16 billion in profits retained its top spot.

Chinese petroleum refining giant Sinopec Group came next followed by the Netherlands-based Royal Dutch Shell ranked third.

China National Petroleum and Exxon Mobil make up the top five.

The US is home to 128 of the 500 global companies, including Apple (15), JP Morgan Chase (61), IBM (82), Microsoft (95), Google (124), Pepsi (141), Intel (182) and Goldman Sachs (278).

China has close to 100 companies on the list, including Bank of China (45), China Railway Engineering (71) and China Development Bank (87).

(IANS)

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Reliance Jio Adds 85 Lakh Subscribers in December; Airtel, Vodafone Idea Lose Users

The total subscriber base of Airtel was 34.03 crore, down 15.01 lakh from November, the data showed

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Reliance Jio continued to increase its subscriber base in December as other major telecom operators Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel lost users during the period, data released by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) showed on Wednesday.

Reliance Jio added 85.6 lakh subscribers during the month under review, taking its total subscriber base to 28.01 crore.

“Total wireless subscribers (GSM, CDMA and LTE) increased from 1,171.76 million (117.17 crore) at the end of November 2018 to 1,176.00 million (117.6 crore) at the end of December 2018, thereby registering a monthly growth rate of 0.36 per cent,” TRAI said in a statement.

Reliance Jio. Source: www.reliancejio.website

Vodafone Idea, the largest telecom operator in terms of subscribers, lost around 23.32 lakh subscriptions and its base by December-end stood at 41.87 crore.

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The total subscriber base of Airtel was 34.03 crore, down 15.01 lakh from November, the data showed.

On region-wise subscription trend, TRAI said that “during the month of December 2018, all service areas except the northeast, showed positive monthly growth in their wireless subscribers”. (IANS)