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Good day mates,

Can you tell me what are the 200 largest Malaysian companies measured by revenues/turnover for the year 2008? Kindly include the turnover/revenues value alongside the names and a translation of the original rankings, if the original source is not in English language.

Many thanks in advance.

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You are spamming around all the countries' threads these days..

Hire a professoinal translator or a consultant if you want to gather and use the data for your business.
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Good day mates,

Can you tell me what are the 200 largest Malaysian companies measured by revenues/turnover for the year 2008? Kindly include the turnover/revenues value alongside the names and a translation of the original rankings, if the original source is not in English language.

Many thanks in advance.

Sime Darby Bhd.
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I could do it for you, but for a fair price, of course.
By most types of rankings, Malaysia's largest corporation is Petronas. The company is one of the most profitable (by percentage) corporation in the world and is the largest income earner amongst corporations in Malaysia.

However Petronas Group as a whole is not a listed company (thus no publc shareholding). So it should not be included in your survey of public corporations incorporated in Malaysia.

There are many ranking of top 100 companies appearing in Malaysian media from time to time. The most common ranking for public listed companies is based on Market Capitalization.
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Top 100 Listed Companies by Market Capitalisation
- Please check for more company information or just google the company names.
- Note: There are many more unlisted but very large Malaysian company such as Malaysia's largest cellular telco: Maxis Communications Bhd; carmaker: Naza Group Bhd; and Malaysia's largest land owner: Felda Plantations Group Bhd to name a few.
- Malaysia is the world's top 20 exporting nation.

1. Sime Darby Bhd --- post-merger Group Revenue of RM34 billion in last financial year, Malaysia's largest conglomerate

2. Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) --- Malaysia's largest bank by market cap and branch network

3. CIMB Group Holdings Bhd (Commerce) --- Malaysia's largest financial group and largest investment bank

4. Public Bank Bhd

5. Tenaga Nasional Bhd --- Southeast Asia's largest power company

6. Malaysia International Shipping Corporation Bhd --- world's largest liquified natural gas transporter, Malaysia's largest shipping liner and a subsidiary of Petronas

7. IOI Corporation Bhd --- one of Malaysia's largest palm oil company and the largest oleochemical manufacturer in Asia

8. Axiata Group Bhd --- post-demerger from parent company Telekom Malaysia Bhd, formerly TM International Bhd or rather trading as Celcom in Malaysia which is the 2nd largest cellular telco

9. Genting Bhd --- perhaps one of Malaysia's most "internationalised" company, one of the world's largest casino operator after the fallout of the big boys in USA

10. Petronas Gas Bhd --- one of the world's largest natural gas refiner and a subsidiary of Petronas

11. PPB Group Bhd --- largest agro-food conglomerate (particularly sugar, flour, cooking oil, feed) in Southeast Asia, listed entity of Southeast Asia's richest man Robert Kuok

12. Digi Telecommunications Bhd --- 3rd largest cellular telco

13. Plus Expressways Bhd --- Malaysia's largest highway operator, a subsidiary of UEM Group which is Malaysia's largest infrastructure group

14. Genting Malaysia Bhd --- a subsidiary of Genting Group, operator of Malaysia's largest theme park and the world's largest hotel (by rooms), formerly known as Resorts World Bhd

15. Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd --- one of Malaysia's largest palm oil company

16. YTL Corporation Bhd --- Malaysia's largest contractor (construction) company, owns power/water plants, hotels, rail, malls aound the world

17. British American Tobacco (Malaysia) Bhd --- Malaysia's largest tobacco company

18. YTL Power International Bhd --- a subsidiary of YTL Corporation, largest independent power producer in Malaysia

19. AMMB Holdings Bhd --- trading as AmBank Group, owns Malaysia's largest motor vehicle insurer

20. Telekom Malaysia Bhd --- parent company of Axiata Group, Malaysia's largest fixed line phone and Internet operator

21. RHB Capital Bhd --- trading as RHB Bank

22. Hong Leong Bank Bhd

23. Petronas Dagangan Bhd --- the largest retailer of petrol in Malaysia and a subsidiary of Petronas

24. Nestle (Malaysia) Bhd --- Malaysia's largest F&B company

25. MMC Corporation Bhd --- Malaysia's largest port operator, one of the largest independent power producer (via Malakoff) and engineering company

26. UMW Holdings Bhd --- Malaysia's largest automobile (via Perodua and Toyota in Malaysia) and heavy equipment company

27. Astro All Asia Networks Bhd --- Southeast Asia's largest pay-TV operator and Malaysia's largest entertainment company

28. Gamuda Bhd --- Southeast Asia's leading contruction, engineering, infrastructure and property development company

29. Tanjong PLC --- another conglomerate with interests in independent power producer, betting, lottery, entertainment, international oil and gas

30. Berjaya Sports Toto Bhd --- Malaysia's largest lottery company, a subsidiary of Berjaya Corporation

31. IJM Corporation Bhd --- one of Malaysia's largest builder

32. Hong Leong Financial Group Bhd --- parent of Hong Leong Bank and a subsidiary of Hong Leong Group, owns Malaysia's largest general insurer

33. Parkson Holdings Bhd --- Malaysia and China's largest departmental store (retail) operator, a member of Lion Group Malaysia

34. Lafarge Malayan Cement Bhd --- Southeast Asia's largest cement and Malaysia's largest building material company

35. Malaysia Airlines Bhd --- the nation's flag carrier

36. SP Setia Bhd --- Malaysia's most valuable property developer

37. Genting Plantations Bhd --- a member of Genting Group

38. Berjaya Land Bhd --- interests in hotels/resorts, golf courses, properties and tourism services, a subsidiary of Berjaya Corporation

39. Bursa Malaysia Bhd --- the operator of Malaysia's equity and futures market

40. Batu Kawan Bhd --- commodity and chemical trading company, an associate company of Kuala Lumpur Kepong

41. UEM Land Bhd --- property developer, a subsidiary of UEM Group which is Malaysia's largest infrastructure group

42. Malaysia Airports Bhd --- the nation's operator of 39 airports, operate 5 airports ovearseas such as New Delhi

43. Alliance Financial Group Bhd --- trading as Alliance Bank, associate of Multi-Purpose Group

44. EON Capital Bhd --- trading as EON Bank Group

45. Fraser & Neave Malaysia Bhd --- contract manufacturer of Coca Cola and Sprite in Malaysia, Malaysia's 2nd largest F&B company

46. AirAsia Bhd --- Asia's largest low-cost airline

47. Sarawak Energy Bhd --- trading as SESCO, a power producer

48. Boustead Holdings Bhd --- Malaysia's oldest conglomerate

49. Shell Malaysia Bhd - refining and trading of petroleum

50. Malaysia Bulk Carriers Bhd - shipping of commodity products, a related company of PPB Group

51. Berjaya Corporation Bhd --- financial services, owns over one thousand 7-Eleven and Starbucks outlets in Malaysia, parent company of Berjaya companies

52. KNM Group Bhd --- one of the world's largest manufacturer of process equipment and processing units for the oil and gas industries

53. KLCC Property Holdings Bhd --- owner of Petronas Twin Towers and buildings around KL, an associate company of Petronas

54. Oriental Holdings Bhd --- trading of Honda (and Hyundai) cars and motorbikes in Malaysia

55. Affin Holdings Bhd --- trading as Affin Bank, a member of Boustead Group

56. United Plantations Bhd --- pioneer of Malaysian palm oil industry

57. IGB Corporation Bhd --- real estate owner and property development company

58. Bintulu Port Holdings Bhd

59. Star Publications (M) Bhd --- Malaysia's No.1 English media company

60. Kulim (M) Bhd --- another large palm oil company, owns QSR Brands (KFC and Pizza Hut) the largest fast food group in Southeast Asia

61. DRB HICOM Bhd --- automotive and heavy equipment trading conglomerate, owns Malaysia's largest auto parts maker and military company

62. IJM Land Bhd --- property development arm of IJM Corporation

63. Top Glove Corporation Bhd --- the world's largest manufacturer of glove

64. Multi-Purpose Holdings Bhd --- lottery trading as Magnum, financial services and stockbroking trading as Alliance Bank

65. SapuraCrest Petroleum Bhd --- oil and gas engineering company, a member of Sapura Group

66. WCT Bhd --- contruction, engineering, infrastructure and property development company
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Petronas, which is a Malaysian government-owned company is present in 34 countries. It was ranked by Fortune Global 500 as the 80th largest company in the world in 2009.

Sime Darby is Malaysia's largest public-listed corporation with presence in 20 countries and a workforce of 104,000 employees. It is the world's largest plantation and palm oil company with a market value of US$17 billion.

Sime Darby has hundreds of businesses such as:
- plantation - rubber and palm oil;
- refining and processing edible oil;
- biodiesel and oleochemicals;
- landownership;
- property developer in 8 countries including China (flagship: built Subang Jaya City in Malaysia);
- hotels and resorts;
- upstream and downstream oil/gas;
- industrial engineering services;
- water supply and sewage;
- water treatment in Shandong Province, China;
- bulk port operations in Jining, China;
- independent power producer in Thailand;
- distribution of tractors and heavy equipment for Caterpillar in 12 countries;
- distribution of passenger cars for BMW, Rolls Royce, Peugeot, Ford, Land Rover, Alfa Romeo, Hyundai, Mitsubishi
- distribution of trucks for Nissan, Renault, Hino and Mitsubishi Fuso;
- vehicle tyre manufacturing for Continental, Dunlop, Sime Tyres;
- aerospace - aircraft composite components manufacturing in Malaysia;
- industrial products - car paint, safety boots, resin products, etc;
- household - owns world famous bedding brand Dunlopillo;
- healthcare and hospital management;
- travel agency in Malaysia;
- logistics and warehousing;
- retailing - 30% partner of Tesco Malaysia
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