Top 50 Gulf companies

Sulaiman_Al-Assaf,_CEO,_Middle_East_Investment_Corporation,_Saudi_Arabia,_2012_Horasis_Global_Arab_Business_Meeting_(8268144196)ArabianBusiness.com has released their current list of the 50 biggest countries in the Gulf Coast region.  There were few surprises on the list, but the largest jump came from Industries Qatar who went from seventh to fourth place.  Etisalat was third with an estimated value of $21.96billion, which is slightly down from its previous value. Al Rajhi Bank of Saudi Arabia claimed the second spot with about $30billion in holdings, but the runaway leader is clearly petrochemical behemoth SABIC.  Their $86billion market cap trumps all their competition, and has for many years running.

 



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ArabianBusiness.com has released their current list of the 50 biggest countries in the Gulf Coast region.  There were few surprises on the list, but the largest jump came from Industries Qatar who went from seventh to fourth place.  Etisalat was third with an estimated value of $21.96billion, which is slightly down from its previous value. Al Rajhi Bank of Saudi Arabia claimed the second spot with about $30billion in holdings, but the runaway leader is clearly petrochemical behemoth SABIC.  Their $86billion market cap trumps all their competition, and has for many years running.  

Sulaiman_Al-Assaf,_CEO,_Middle_East_Investment_Corporation,_Saudi_Arabia,_2012_Horasis_Global_Arab_Business_Meeting_(8268144196)ArabianBusiness.com has released their current list of the 50 biggest countries in the Gulf Coast region.  There were few surprises on the list, but the largest jump came from Industries Qatar who went from seventh to fourth place.  Etisalat was third with an estimated value of $21.96billion, which is slightly down from its previous value. Al Rajhi Bank of Saudi Arabia claimed the second spot with about $30billion in holdings, but the runaway leader is clearly petrochemical behemoth SABIC.  Their $86billion market cap trumps all their competition, and has for many years running.

 



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