Despite China's economic slowdown, the three largest public companies in the world are the Chinese banks ICBC, China Construction Bank and Agriculture Bank of China, according to the recent Global 2000 list released by Forbes.
The ranking has been done on the basis of a composite score, which is calculated measuring revenues, profits, assets and market value. The list compiled by the American business magazine for 2016 features public companies from 63 countries, which collectively account for revenues worth $435 trillion, profit worth $2.4 trillion, assets worth $162 trillion and which have a combined market value of $44 trillion, Forbes reported.
Above (in a slideshow) is a list of the 10 banks, which have made it in the top 25 spots of the list of world's largest companies.
For the complete list of the world's largest companies, click here.