Coface CEE Top 500
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Coface CEE Top 500 - 2021 Edition
This edition describes the struggles of the new Covid-19 pandemic environment as well as how companies adjusted to this new situation. In 2020, CEE companies adjusted well to the new pandemic environment even though the Top 500 companies' turnover dropped in 2020 by 3.3%. Although many of them wouldn’t survive further lockdowns and restrictive measures without government subsidies, for others the Covid-19 pandemic was a period of profits and prosperity.
The13th annual Coface CEE Top 500 ranking, answers questions, such as:
- How have CEE countries adapted to the new pandemic environment?
- Do the same sectors as the year before still occupy the podium?
- Why are Polish businesses the largest income earners in CEE?
- What is the name of the company that moved up 345 positions in the ranking?
- Which factors contributed to the CEE region's growth?
- Which are the sectors which generate 54% of the total revenue?
- What company tops this year's ranking? And what companies fell out of the top 500?
COFACE CEE TOP 500 - 2020 EDITION
ABOUT THE STUDY
In 2020, Coface has launched the 12th 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.
Read the latest CEE Top 500, and find out which companies took advantage of the economic environment, which country businesses are the largest income earners in CEE, and which sector was on top again in 2019. The ranking reflects the region’s economic activity for the previous year, presents a future outlook, describes the economic condition of the 500 largest companies in CEE by their turnover and depicts CEE as a region of prosperity.
The twelfth annual Coface CEE Top 500 ranking, answers questions, such as:
- Why, in 2019, were CEE countries still seen as a safe haven and well-performing, although GDP growth had dropped to 3.6%?
- Why do the same sectors as the year before (oil and gas followed by automotive & transport and non-specialized trade) again occupy the podium?
- Why are Polish businesses the largest income earners in CEE with an aggregated turnover growing year on year?