China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has published the list of the top 100 Chinese electronic information enterprises in 2009, with the telecom equipment maker Huawei topping the list with annual revenue of CNY122.7 billion.
Chinese electronics maker Haier ranks second with annual revenue of CNY122 billion, followed by the PC maker Lenovo with annual revenue of CNY115.2 billion. The fourth to the tenth enterprises on the list are Hisense, ZTE, Founder, TCL, Panda Electronics, Sichuan Changhong, and BYD, respectively.
This list is reportedly based on the statistics from the 2008 annual report on China's electronic information industry. According to the statistics, the combined revenue of the 100 enterprises reached about CNY1.119 trillion, accounting for 18% of the total revenue of the entire industry; the profits of these enterprises reached CNY39.4 billion, accounting for 22% of that of the industry; and the operating profit rate of these companies was 3.5%, which was about 1% higher than the average level of the industry.
In addition, 41 of the 100 companies achieved an operating profit rate of over 5% and ten of them achieved an operating profit rate of over 10%. A total number of 23 companies gained revenue of over CNY10 billion.
Major Chinese telecom equipment manufacturers, including Huawei, ZTE, Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell, Potevio, and Datang, are all included in the list.