Slove­nian com­pa­nies again lead in SEE TOP 100 per capita

Top 100 See - - Top 100 Per Capita - By Tanya Ivanova

Slove­nia, a coun­try of just over 2 mil­lion peo­ple, con­tin­ues to show the best per­for­mance in the SEE TOP 100 per capita rank­ing with Slove­nian com­pa­nies dom­i­nat­ing the top po­si­tions. As many as 40 firms en­tered the 2012 list, the same num­ber as a year ear­lier. Slove­nian fuel re­tailer Petrol ranked first for the fifth con­sec­u­tive year with rev­enue per capita of 1,634 euro in 2012 com­pared with 1,430 euro in 2011. The com­pany took the fifth place in the SEE TOP 100 com­pa­nies rank­ing in 2012.

State-owned power gen­er­a­tion com­pany Hold­ing Slovenske Elek­trarne climbed to sec­ond from fourth po­si­tion with rev­enue per capita ris­ing to 979.4 euro from 682.3 euro.

Croa­tia, a coun­try of over four mil­lion peo­ple, is the sec­ond best per­former in the SEE TOP 100 per capita with 16 com­pa­nies on the list. Oil com­pany INA still ranks third de­spite its rev­enue per capita slipped to 805.2 euro from 805.9 euro.

Croa­tia’s sec­ond-best per­form­ing com­pany is power pro­ducer and dis­trib­u­tor Hr­vatska Elek­tro­privreda, which ad­vanced by two po­si­tions to the 10th place. Its rev­enue per capita grew to 406.4 euro from 386.6 euro.

Bul­garia has nine com­pa­nies in the SEE TOP 100 per capita list, of which Lukoil Neftochim Bur­gas showed the best re­sult with rev­enue per capita of 597.7 euro in 2012 against 485.8 euro in 2011. The com­pany ranked sixth in terms of rev­enue per capita and sec­ond in the TOP 100 com­pa­nies chart.

The sec­ond best Bul­gar­ian per­former was Au­ru­bis Bul­garia, which ranked 16th with rev­enue per capita of 314.8 euro.

Mon­tene­gro and Mace­do­nia have seven com­pa­nies in the chart each, fol­lowed by Ser­bia and Bos­nia and Herze­gov­ina with six firms each. Mon­tene­gro’s best per­former, power com­pany Elek­tro­privreda Crne

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