Alibaba’s offices in Shanghai. The e-commerce giant, along with rival Tencent, leads Chinese companies on the inaugural Hurun Global 500 list. Photo: Bloomberg Alibaba’s offices in Shanghai. The e-commerce giant, along with rival Tencent, leads Chinese companies on the inaugural Hurun Global 500 list. Photo: Bloomberg
Alibaba’s offices in Shanghai. The e-commerce giant, along with rival Tencent, leads Chinese companies on the inaugural Hurun Global 500 list. Photo: Bloomberg
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Chinese companies make up 10 per cent of inaugural Hurun list of most valuable firms globally, grew 73 per cent last year

  • The Chinese companies on inaugural Hurun Global 500 list added US$2.2 trillion in value last year, growing by 73 per cent
  • Covid-19 fuelled an already powerful technology boom, says Rupert Hoogewerf

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Alibaba’s offices in Shanghai. The e-commerce giant, along with rival Tencent, leads Chinese companies on the inaugural Hurun Global 500 list. Photo: Bloomberg Alibaba’s offices in Shanghai. The e-commerce giant, along with rival Tencent, leads Chinese companies on the inaugural Hurun Global 500 list. Photo: Bloomberg
Alibaba’s offices in Shanghai. The e-commerce giant, along with rival Tencent, leads Chinese companies on the inaugural Hurun Global 500 list. Photo: Bloomberg
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