Top 20 China`s Most Admired Companies 2013

Recently, the “Fortune” magazine (Chinese version) released the list of “China’s Most Admired Companies” of 2013. The 3 years old start-up company Xiaomi became the youngest company on the list. Baidu, Alibaba and Haier took the first three positions for four consecutive years. Below is the top 20 companies on the list.

1. Alibaba 阿里巴巴 – Chinese e-commerce company

Alibaba
2. Baidu 百度 – China’s leading search engine

Baidu.com

3. Haier 海尔 –  Chinese multinational consumer electronics and home appliances company

Haier

4. Huawei 华为 – Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company

Huawei

5. Lenovo 联想 – Chinese multinational technology firm with headquarters in Beijing

lenovo

6. Tencent 腾讯 –  China`s biggest gaming and social-media firm

Tencent

7. JD.com 京东商城 – the largest B2C online retailer in China.

JD com
8.Dalian Wanda 万达 – Chinese conglomerate company with activities in real estate, tourism, hotels, and entertainment.

Wanda China

9. Sany 三一重工 –  Chinese multinational heavy machinery manufacturing company

Sany China
10. Gree Electric 格力 –  Chinese major appliance manufacturer

gree
11. Xiaomi 小米科技 – a privately owned company that designs, develops, and sells smartphones, apps, and consumer electronics.

xiaomi
12. BYD 比亚迪 –  Chinese automobile manufacturer based in Shenzhen

BYD china
13. China Merchants Bank 招商银行 – a bank headquartered in Shenzhen

China Merchants Bank

14. China Vanke 万科 –  The largest residential real estate developer China.

vanke
15. Baosteel 宝钢 –  a state-owned iron and steel company

Baosteel

16. Wahaha 娃哈哈  -China’s leading beverage producer.

Wahaha
17. Tsingtao Brewery 青岛啤酒 – China’s second largest brewery

Tsingtao Beer
18. China Agri-Industries Group 中粮 – a leading producer and supplier of processed agricultural products in Mainland China.

China Agri-Industries Holdings
19. Moutai 贵州茅台 –  the nation’s biggest liquor maker

Maotai
20. China Resources 华润  –  a group of companies in a wide variety of businesses in Hong Kong and China.

China Resources

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