Largest 100 U.S. multinationals: huge foreign sales dependencegreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
We have been repeatedly told by government and business that the Y2K problems are "over there" in those other countries. This article from the July 26 issue of Forbes magazine will once and for all put this illusion to rest. U.S. multinational revenue dependence on other countries is huge and growing. Here are top 20 multinational individual percentage of foreign revenue to total revenue. How many countries are behind us in remediation? Polly responses encouraged......
Exxon 80.1% IBM 56.8% Ford Motor 30.3% General Motors 30.8 Texaco 79.3% General Electric 31.1% Mobil 58.7% Citigroup 34.4% Hewlett-Packard 54.3% Philip Morris 34.3% Chevron 47.3% Proctor & Gamble 48.3% American Int'l Group 52.5% Compaq Computer 55.1% Intel 55.6% Motorola 47.6% Xerox 55.9% Wal-Mart Stores 8.9% Coca-Cola 62.3% Du Pont 47.2%
-- PJC (email@example.com), July 17, 1999
P.S. Technology companies were noted to be doing particaulary well overseas with big revenue gains.
-- PJC (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 17, 1999.
http://www.forbes.com/forbes/99/07/26/6402202a.htm doesn't work.
-- Lane Core Jr. (email@example.com), July 18, 1999.
Sorry... One too many "/"
-- PJC (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 18, 1999.
Linkmeister, where are you? Help!
-- gilda (email@example.com), July 18, 1999.
The largest 100 U.S. multinationals - table that (among other things) gives foreign assets as a percent of the total
1999 The 100 largest U.S. multinationals - Foreign revenue in $millions
By the way... and assuming the above links work - if you would like to learn how to do the links, just email me. I just learned a little while ago, and its not that hard.
-- Linda (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 19, 1999.