Asia’s corporate champions winning bigger global share

The region’s biggest companies are taking a growing share of global revenues, but strong brands are still lacking.
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Samsung: One of Asia's leading corporate champions
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Asia’s biggest companies are taking a growing share of global revenues in every sector except consumer, highlighting the challenges they face in building high-value brands.

Blue-chip Asian firms such as SK Group, Samsung Electronics, China National Petroleum Corporation CNPC and Hyundai are all among the top 20 global companies in their respective sectors industrial, technology, energy and autos.

The research, conducted by Citi as part of a bid to identify the region’s most attractive clients, shows that Asian firms in the industrial and energy sectors have more than doubled their share of sales within the top tier of global companies since 2005.

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