The WorldĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s Largest Non-Petroleum, Industrial Corporations
Table 12.6 gives the home nation of the parent firm, the major industry, the level of yearly sales, and the percentage of those sales made outside the home country for the worldĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s largest non-petroleum, industrial multinational corporations (MNCs) with 2012 sales in excess of $100 billion. From the table we see that six of these 14 MNCs have headquarters in the United States, four in Japan, three in Germany, and one in S. Korea. Seven are in motor vehicles, five in electronics and two in computers. Honda Motors had the highest percentage of foreign sales (81.3), and the simple average for all 14 firms was 65.0 percent.
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