Asia Supply Chain Market Cap 100 is the research of Asia-based (Hong Kong counts as China) listed companies in the electronic, information & communication technology, and automotive industries. The companies are ranked based on year end market cap.
The surveyed companies belong to major Asian economies, including China, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan in East Asia; Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines, and Vietnam in Southeast Asia; and India in South Asia.
Focusing on the companies that supply electronic, information, and communication technology, and automotive products, under the categories of Semiconductor, Electronic Components, Electrical Component, Machinery, Tech Products and Equipment, Consumer Electronics, Automotive Manufacturing, and Automotive Components.
Companies with publicly issued and listed stocks that disclose financial information on time in accordance with laws and regulations.
Market Cap in the survey defines companies' year end market cap. Parent companies and subsidiaries are ranked separately if both are listed companies.
The survey selects and ranks the top 100 companies in terms of market cap, naming them the "Asia Supply Chain 100 Market Cap."
The P/E Ratio in the table of Rank is defined as following:
P/E Ratio: stock price / EPS (trailing 4 quarters, 2 semi-years or a full year)
The P/S Ratio in the table of Rank is defined as following:
P/S Ratio: market cap / Sales (trailing 4 quarters, 2 semi-years or a full year)