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Deloitte Central Europe Top 500

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Deloitte Central Europe Top 500
Commentary by Darko Stanisavić

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The CE Top 500 is a ranking of the 500 largest  companies in the region compiled according to the revenue. The ranking shows little change from the previous year with PKN Orlen, Poland’s oil refiner and petroleum distributor, still at the top of the list with other energy companies including MOL of Hungary and CEZ of the Czech Republic close by.

The other top slots are filled by automobile manufacturers led by the Volkswagen owned Skoda from the Czech Republic followed by Audi in Hungary and Volkswagen’s own subsidiary in Slovakia. Telekomunikacja Polska, the telecommunications provider from Poland is the only non energy related, non auto company in the region’s top ten. Deloitte also presents you  the list of TOP 100 banks and TOP 50 insurance companies in Central Europe.

There are 7 Serbian companies listed at the CE TOP 500. The best positioned is NIS (20th place), followed by EPS (79), Delta M (106), PTT Srbija (112), Telekom Srbija (155), US Steel (170) and Srbijagas (253).

The CE Top 500 ranking provides an essential map of the challenges that face enterprises and managers in the region. The rankings are accompanied by commentaries on industry trends and a series of conversations with CEOs from leading Central European organizations, who rarely have the opportunity to air their views as a group. The interviews reveal a surprising consensus among executives regarding the main problems their companies face. One particular area of concern is the quality and innovative abilities of Central Europe's workforce, which is becoming more expensive as talent grows more scarce.

Top 10 Serbian companies
   
# CE TOP 500
Companies
1
20
NIS
2
79
EPS
3
106
Delta M
4
122
PTT Srbija
5
155
Telekom Srbija
6
170
US Steel Srbija
7
253
Srbijagas
8
N/A
Zeleznice Srbije
9
N/A
HIP Petrohemija
10
N/A
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Central European Top 500 report highlights:
  • Executive summary
  • Overview of regional trends and analysis of the Central European market
  • CE Top 500 rankings and commentary
  • Industry reviews:
    • Banking
    • Insurance
    • Construction
    • Energy and resources
    • Manufacturing
    • Pharmaceuticals
    • Technology, media and telecommunications
  • In-depth interviews with senior executives

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