But which are the foreign ones in Russia? … and the Italian ones?
by Gabriele Guglielmi, FILCAMS CGIL OpenCorporation and international policies coordinator
The Russian companies that appear among the 586 in the OpenCorporation 2021 Ranking are only three and they are poorly positioned.
|195||53.8||Public joint stock company oil company lukoil|
|491||21.9||Public joint stock company gazprom|
|573||9.9||Joint stock company rusal bratsk aluminium smelter|
Those present in the databases used by the OpenCorporation observatory are 85,887, and for 62,999 (73.35%), data is available on the turnover which amounts to 3,765,364,870 thousand Euros; for 58,144 (67.70%) we also have the number of employees whose total amount is 20,877,494 workers.
OpenCorporation’s research scope focuses on multinational companies with more than one thousand employees, so we have focused this first research on companies of this size, and of the 85,887, 2,429 were found to have a turnover of 773,021,876,000 Euros (773 billion) and 9,186,233 employees. Of these, 364 (15%) have their parent company abroad, and the largest number have their company name in “tiny ” Cyprus, which is part of the European Union but not also part of NATO.
It is also interesting to note that among the 364 companies, 35 come from the Russian Federation, where the company name is that of the final owner: Cyprus 22, Great Britain 6, Virgin Islands 2 out of four, Switzerland 2 and the Netherlands.
A final note, “gender-gap”, on the Governance of the 2,429 companies observed: out of 41,609 top positions, women are 18.6% and fall to 11.7% in CEO positions.
Unfortunately, data on executive pay do not appear to be public.
One last curiosity: who are the Italian “mother” companies in Russia?
Here the link to the databases
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