The Forbes Global 2000 List is a well-known annual must-read in business. This year for the first time Forbes teamed up with Statista to take the project one step further, identifying the 500 World’s Best Employers, the 250 Top Regarded Companies, the 250 Top Multinational Performers and the 250 Top Growth Champions among the Global 2000 around the globe.
The research also identified the 250 companies with the highest level of foreign revenue as a share of their total revenue. The following infographic takes a look at that trend in the United States and specifically, the top-10 companies with the highest foreign revenue share. Philip Morris International is an American cigarette and tobacco company which sells its products in 180 countries outside the United States. It grabs top-spot with foreign revenue unsurprisingly accounting for 100 percent of total revenue, considering that it sells its products exclusively overseas.
It is followed by Newmont Mining (99.0 percent), and Qualcomm (98.4 percent). Philip Morris International is part of Altria and the company is best known for its Marlboro cigarettes. In the U.S., the brand is made by Philip Morris USA, which is now seperate from Altria.