May 2010
Forbes Asia;May2010, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p65
The article focuses on the top 2,000 biggest companies in the world ranked by the "Forbes Asia" magazine, including General Motors Corp., SAIC Motor Corp. Ltd. and the company of Brazil's billionaire retailer Abilio Diniz.


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