April 4, 2014. A new colorful and informative infographic has been produced answering the question, which corporations control the world? Brought to readers in an extraordinarily detailed series of graphs, broken up by industry, the world’s most famous, rich and powerful corporations are listed for everyone to see. The infographic’s creators say it’s a small world at the top. Just how small? Keep reading to find out.
Image and infographic courtesy of InternationalBusinessGuide.org
‘A surprisingly small number of companies control massive global market share,’ the Infographic begins, ‘How many of the brands below do you use?’ Click here to view the infographic Which Corporations control the World.
As readers can see from viewing the infographic, there really are only a very small number or massive, global corporations that dominate each industry throughout the world. And when one looks closer, it’s revealed that the same assortment of global powerbrokers own large states in most, if not all the dominant corporations.
The below lists are from the infographic, ‘Which Corporations control the World’
Deutsche Bank (Germany)
BNP Paribas (France)
Credit Agricole Group (France)
Mitsubishi UFJ (Japan)
JP Morgan Chase (US)
China Construction Bank (China)
Japan Post Bank (Japan)
Walt Disney Company
Food and Beverage
Saudi Aramco (Saudi Arabia)
National Iranian Oil (Iran)
The infographic ‘Which Corporations control the World’ breaks out the companies and brands in even greater detail. In most cases, it also lists out each corporations total revenue or market share, showing just how large and dominant each has become.
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