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ASIAS 200 UNDER BEST A BULLION 2008

NameCountrySales (US $mil)Net Income (US $mil)Market Value (US $mil)Industry
Ashapura MinechemIndia 293 30 214 processor of bentonite, bauxite and other minerals
Blue Dart ExpressIndia 206 18 352 air and ground transportation of time sensitive packages
Blue StarIndia 547 43 861 air-conditioning machines and refrigeration equipment
Brigade EnterprisesIndia 122 25 338 development of hospitality properties in South India
Cords Cable IndustriesIndia 21 2 16 industrial tension and power cables
Divi's LaboratoriesIndia 257 87 2,283 pharmaceutical ingredients
Eclerx ServicesIndia 30 11 87 data analytics and outsourcing services
Educomp SolutionsIndia 71 18 1,490 new media in-classroom education services
Geodesic Information SystemsIndia 79 37 376 provides publishers with communications platforms
Glenmark PharmaceuticalsIndia 493 157 3,888 asthma- and diabetes-related pharmaceutical discovery
Jain Irrigation SystemsIndia 283 19 611 sprinkler irrigation and solar energy systems
MIC ElectronicsIndia 67 8 327 media and communication services
Nucleus Software ExportsIndia 72 15 127 software development
Omnitech InfosolutionsIndia 33 6 39 disaster recovery software
Opto CircuitsIndia 58 17 717 medical electronic devices like digital thermometers
Praj IndustriesIndia 184 38 736 chemical and power plants
Techno Electric & EngineeringIndia 106 12 181 design and electrical engineering
ThermaxIndia 854 72 1,353 boilers, heaters, air pollution control equipment and recycling plants
Tulip TelecomIndia 195 23 658 IT networking gear and services
India 212 15 138
civil construction, transportation engineering and water projects

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