# Companies with biggest annual turnover

300 companies with the highest annual turnover in 2011, comparing their changes with the last three years.

Statistics include only companies having the taxation period of at least 10 months.

The statistics do not include banks, insurance companies, credit unions and investment management companies, as well as companies that have not yet submitted their annual reports.

Breakdown of the companies included in the statistics by activity types is available in a separate statistical report.

The reporting year is the year, for which the annual reports are submitted.

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Lursoft statistics from the information available in the Commercial Register for the period between 01.01.1996 and 25.06.2021.

The statistics were updated on 25.06.2021, at 16:25:35

The statistics are also available in the XLS and TXT formats.

No | Company | NACE | Type of business (according to NACE) | Turnover (millions), EUR | Against 2010 | Against 2009 | Against 2008 |
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Explanations of table columns

- Turnover (millions), EUR - The company’s turnover in 2011.
- Against 2010 - Changes in the company’s turnover in 2011 as against the turnover of 2010. If the proportion of changes does not exceed 100%, the proportion of changes is stated by the formula ((turnover of 2011 - turnover of 2010) / turnover of 2010) x 100. If the proportion of changes is 100% or exceeds 100%, the proportion of changes is stated by the formula (turnover of 2011 / turnover of 2010).
- Against 2009 - Changes in the company’s turnover in 2011 as against the turnover of 2009. If the proportion of changes does not exceed 100%, the proportion of changes is stated by the formula ((turnover of 2011 - turnover of 2009) / turnover of 2009) x 100. If the proportion of changes is 100% or exceeds 100%, the proportion of changes is stated by the formula (turnover of 2011 / turnover of 2009).
- Against 2008 - Changes in the company’s turnover in 2011 as against the turnover of 2008. If the proportion of changes does not exceed 100%, the proportion of changes is stated by the formula ((turnover of 2011 - turnover of 2008) / turnover of 2008) x 100. If the proportion of changes is 100% or exceeds 100%, the proportion of changes is stated by the formula (turnover of 2011 / turnover of 2008).