US dominates global leading brand listSeptember 16th, 2010 - 7:00 pm ICT by ANI
London, Sept.16 (ANI): Britain is no longer home to any of the world’s leading brands, according to the influential Best Global Brands index which was published last night.
A survey, compiled annually by Interbrand, concluded that Britain’s businesses are falling behind those from Germany and France.
Britain had six brands in the top 100. By contrast, Germany had 10 companies in the top 100, the second-highest number for any nation, demonstrating its strong grip on industrial luxury.
According to The Independent, American corporations dominated the table, claiming 50 of the top 100 places.
The world’s top 20 brands are as follows:
1. Coca-Cola 2. IBM 3. Microsoft 4. Google 5. GE 6. McDonald’s 7. Intel 8. Nokia 9. Disney 10.Hewlett Packard 11.Toyota 12. Mercedes-Benz 13. Gillette 14. Cisco 15. BMW 16. Louis Vuitton 17. Apple 18. Marlboro 19. Samsung 20.Honda (ANI)
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