Method­ol­ogy

Top 100 See - - Top 100 Per Capita -

Gore, ranked ninth with rev­enue per capita of 426.6 euro ver­sus 426.3 euro a year ear­lier.

Oil re­fin­ery Okta showed the best per­for­mance among Mace­do­nian com­pa­nies. It is 19th on the list with rev­enue per capita of 290.2 euro in 2012 com­pared with 323 euro in 2011.

Just one place ahead of Okta was Ser­bia’s best player, oil and gas firm Naftna In­dus­trija Sr­bije. Its rev­enue per capita rose to 296.9 euro in 2012 from 271.2 euro in 2011.

Bos­nia’s top per­former, oil com­pany Op­tima Grupa, oc­cu­pied the 34th place. Its rev­enue per capita grew to 171.4 euro in 2012 from 150.9 euro in 2011.

Five com­pa­nies from Ro­ma­nia en­tered the 2012 rev­enue-per-capita rank­ing. Oil and gas group OMV Petrom, which is the leader in the SEE TOP 100 com­pa­nies rank­ing, is 28th in terms of rev­enue per capita. The com­pany went up by three po­si­tions after its rev­enue per capita in­creased to 216.6 euro from 187.2 euro.

Al­ba­nia had three rep­re­sen­ta­tives in the rank­ing with Bankers Pe­tro­leum show­ing the best re­sult among them. The firm ranked 53rd with rev­enue per capita of 126.1 euro.

Only one com­pany from Moldova found a place on the lat­est SEE TOP 100 per capita list. Gas util­ity Moldovagaz SA took the 78th po­si­tion with rev­enue per capita of 97.5 euro. TOP 100 per capita is a rank­ing based on the same pool of 1,200 com­pa­nies as in TOP 100 com­pa­nies. The rank­ing is com­piled by di­vid­ing the to­tal rev­enue in euro of each com­pany by the pop­u­la­tion es­ti­mate in the coun­try of reg­is­tra­tion. This bench­mark in­di­cates the im­por­tance of in­di­vid­ual com­pa­nies for the lo­cal economies.

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