Publish in Special Reports - Wednesday, June 8, 2016
General Motors is one of the top multinationals in Latin America. Here GM's Chevrolet Onix. (Photo: General Motors)
The winners and losers among multinationals in Latin America.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Multinationals in Latin America fared better than the average on the Latinvex 500, the ranking of Latin America’s top 500 companies.
While the top 500 companies overall saw revenues fall 21 percent, multinationals posted an average 12 percent decline.
Spain-based Gas Natural led the way in revenue growth, followed by French retailer Carrefour, Spanish energy company Iberdrola, German sportswear maker Adidas and UK-based security firm G4S.
On the opposite end is Canada-based Pacific Exploration & Production Corp (previously Pacific Rubiales), followed by US-based manufacturing company CNH and US-based telecom carrier holding company NII.
Meanwhile, Spain-based Telefonica remains the top multinational, followed by French retailers Casino and Carrefour.
To see the breakdown by revenues and revenue growth, see the link below.
Keywords: AB InBev, Adidas, AES, American Airlines, AT&T, Avon, Baker Hughes, Barrick Gold, Brenntag, Brink's, Carrefour, Casino, Caterpillar, CNH, Coca-Cola, Colgate, DuPont, Eastman, Electrolux, Emerson, Enel, Ericsson, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, G4S, Gas Natural, General Motors, Goodyear, Halliburton, Iberdrola, Ingram Micro, Kellogg, NII Holdings, Nokia, Owens-Illinois, Pacific Exploration, PepsiCo, Praxair, Repsol, Schlumberger, Southern Copper, Telefonica, United Airlines, Volkswagen, Weatherford, Whirlpool
THE LATINVEX 500