List of conglomerates

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A conglomerate is a combination of multiple business entities operating in entirely different industries under one corporate group, usually involving a parent company and many subsidiaries. Often, a conglomerate is a multi-industry company.

Conglomerates are typically large and multinational.

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Morocco[change | change source]

Nigeria[change | change source]

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Uganda[change | change source]

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Bahrain[change | change source]

Bangladesh[change | change source]

China[change | change source]

Hong Kong[change | change source]

India[change | change source]

Indonesia[change | change source]

Iran[change | change source]

Israel[change | change source]

Japan[change | change source]

Korea, South[change | change source]

Macau[change | change source]

Malaysia[change | change source]

Mongolia[change | change source]

Myanmar[change | change source]

Nepal[change | change source]

Pakistan[change | change source]

Philippines[change | change source]

Qatar[change | change source]

Saudi Arabia[change | change source]

Singapore[change | change source]

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Taiwan[change | change source]

Thailand[change | change source]

Turkey[change | change source]

United Arab Emirates[change | change source]

Europe[change | change source]

Austria[change | change source]

Azerbaijan[change | change source]

Belgium[change | change source]

Croatia[change | change source]

Czech republic[change | change source]

Denmark[change | change source]

Finland[change | change source]

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Germany[change | change source]

Gibraltar[change | change source]

Greece[change | change source]

Ireland[change | change source]

Italy[change | change source]

Netherlands[change | change source]

Norway[change | change source]

Portugal[change | change source]

Romania[change | change source]

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Serbia[change | change source]

Spain[change | change source]

Sweden[change | change source]

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Ukraine[change | change source]

United Kingdom[change | change source]

North America[change | change source]

Canada[change | change source]

Mexico[change | change source]

United States[change | change source]

Central America and Caribbean[change | change source]

Costa Rica[change | change source]

Cuba[change | change source]

Dominican Republic[change | change source]

Jamaica[change | change source]

South America[change | change source]

Argentina[change | change source]

Bolivia[change | change source]

Brazil[change | change source]

Chile[change | change source]

Colombia[change | change source]

Paraguay[change | change source]

Peru[change | change source]

Venezuela[change | change source]

Oceania[change | change source]

Australia[change | change source]

New Zealand[change | change source]

Defunct conglomerates[change | change source]

Argentina[change | change source]

Australia[change | change source]

Belgium[change | change source]

Brazil[change | change source]

Canada[change | change source]

Colombia[change | change source]

Denmark[change | change source]

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