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Coface CEE Top 500

The 8th release of the top 500 companies in Central and Eastern Europe - Edition 2016

 

2015 Coface CEE TOP 500 study highlighted the following aspects:

  • 2014: A year of improvement throughout the region - turnover increased by +2.1%
  • Higher turnover of the biggest companies reflected better economic prospects in 2014
  • Poland was the biggest player, Hungary had the highest growth rate and the Czech Republic recovered
  • Sectors: automotive industry top (+10.6%), oil & gas sector flop (-3.9%)

 

2015 Coface CEE TOP 500 study highlighted the following aspects:

  • 2014: A year of improvement throughout the region - turnover increased by +2.1%
  • Higher turnover of the biggest companies reflected better economic prospects in 2014
  • Poland was the biggest player, Hungary had the highest growth rate and the Czech Republic recovered
  • Sectors: automotive industry top (+10.6%), oil & gas sector flop (-3.9%)

 

2015 Coface CEE TOP 500 study highlighted the following aspects:

  • 2014: A year of improvement throughout the region - turnover increased by +2.1%
  • Higher turnover of the biggest companies reflected better economic prospects in 2014
  • Poland was the biggest player, Hungary had the highest growth rate and the Czech Republic recovered
  • Sectors: automotive industry top (+10.6%), oil & gas sector flop (-3.9%)

ABOUT tHE STUDY

In 2016, Coface has launched the 8th edition of the Top 500 companies in Central and Eastern Europe - Coface CEE Top 500.
Find out what new companies entered the ranking, by clicking the link HERE.

 

In the current economic climate it is very important to analyze the markets and the business environment in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. This region has high potential for economic progress in Europe, so it is essential to monitor the business opportunities available in these countries.

 

The study classifies the strongest 500 companies in the region, taking into consideration both the turnover as well as additional factors such as number of employees, business sectors and markets where they are active.

CALL FOR ENTRY: 2015 EDITION

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