Welcome to the Asia300 -- the new global multinationals

The Asia300 is Nikkei's exclusive list of the biggest and fastest-growing companies from 11 economies across the continent. Our picks are based on market capitalization, with consideration also given to growth potential and geographic balance to bring into sharper relief ASEAN economies in particular.

We draw on Nikkei's unrivaled network of bureaus across Asia and its 140 years of experience to bring you the untold stories of the region's up-and-coming companies.

Covering everything from Indian computer services companies to Indonesian property developers, the Asia300 offers you a glimpse of the players that aspire to be dominant forces in the 21st century - the emerging multinationals poised to challenge the established Western brands.

The main Asia300 page on the Nikkei Asian Review website features stories on selected companies. In addition, each company has its own page, complete with an overview, financial data and stock-price movements, as well as links to related content.

Nikkei also publishes a series of stock indexes based on the Asia300. The main Nikkei Asia300 Index comprises 315 companies from the list (as of July 2017) and is calculated using share prices converted to U.S. dollars. Three Chinese Asia300 companies trading only on American bourses and eight companies trading only on the Shanghai Stock Exchange are not included. The main composite index, an index spanning the ASEAN bloc and 11 subindexes for individual markets are all calculated daily.

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    •  Malaysia
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    •  Indonesia
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    •  Philippines
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    •  Thailand
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    •  Vietnam
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    •  India
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  • NOTE - The Asia300 listings currently comprise 326 listed companies from across the region, excluding Japan. These companies receive extensive coverage in Nikkei publications, including the Nikkei Asian Review. We may be unable to provide company data in some circumstances. Examples include, but are not limited to, cases in which a company is delisted or its data does not change for a set period of time.