The 2016 edition of the Deloitte CE Top 500 report ranks the largest companies from the 18 countries from Central Europe and Ukraine. In addition, it includes the opinions of some of the region's most prominent business leaders, with a focus on digital transformation.
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In the majority of Central European countries saw an increase in the rate of their economic growth, which also translated into higher average revenue of the region’s 500 largest businesses.
The revenue increase reported in 2015 by the 500 largest businesses analysed in the CE Top 500 ranking is a clear sign of the economic revival in Central Europe. Revenue growth in euros amounted to in 2015 as compared to the modest growth of in
In growth rates accelerated in the manufacturing as well as consumer business and transportation industries. The decline in revenue observed in the energy and resources businesses in 2014 has decelerated.
% of businesses reported revenue growth in versus 52 % in Revenue increase has been driven by all industries of the economy, except for energy and resources, where the revenue stagnated due to low oil prices.
The manufacturing industry reported the highest, % increase in revenue in the euro, driven mainly by the good performance of automotive companies, which saw an average rise in revenue of %.
In assets of the 50 largest banks grew on average by % compared to 2014 to a total of EUR 734 billion.
The aggregate revenue reported by top 500 companies in the Central European region totalled EUR 685 billion, representing an increase by % year-on-year.
The key three industries represented by the largest companies in the region ( and consumer and and continue to account for over 90 % of the revenue generated.