Sinochem Holdings was formed through the merger of Sinochem and ChemChina, finalized in May 2021. The newly created company brought in $172.3 billion in revenue in 2021, ranking at No. 31 on the Fortune Global 500 and making it China’s ninth largest company by revenue. In 2020, Sinochem and ChemChina ranked at No. 151 and No. 161, respectively. Sinochem Holdings operates subsidiaries across multiple sectors, including agrochemicals, oil refinement, life sciences, machinery and equipment, as well as real estate and finance. In June 2022 former Sinochem chief financial officer Andy Yang was appointed to lead a $10 billion IPO of Swiss agrochemicals group and ChemChina subsidiary Syngenta.
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As of 8/3/2022
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Government owned 50% or more. Formed through the merger of ChemChina (2020 rank: 161) and Sinochem (2020 rank: 151), May 8, 2021.
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