India Moves Up the Ranks of Asia300 Companies (Nikkei Asian Review)
According to a Nikkei analysis of some 300 major Asian listed companies outside Japan, favorable factors at home provide Indian companies an edge while Chinese players struggle. The Asia300 list consists of a total of 327 companies in India, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan and six Southeast Asian nations. The Nikkei ranked them based on average growth in sales and profit over the past five years, profitability, capital efficiency and financial soundness.
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