Forbes China Unveils Ranking Of China's Best Small Businesses

Date: 26 January 2012
Forbes China, the licensed Chinese-language edition of Forbes, is out with its latest list of China’s best small businesses.

For this first time, this year’s “Forbes China Up-and-Comers List” includes separate rankings for 100 listed and unlisted companies.  The lists are based on Forbes Asia’s “Best Under A Billion List.”

Topping the ranking of the mainland’s 100 best publicly-traded small companies is Shenzhen Inovance Technology, a maker of industrial automation products. No. 2 is TAL Education Group, a U.S.-listed tutoring services company, followed by Guangdong By-Health Biotechnology, a nutrition supplements supplier, Changzhou Almaden, a producer of tempered glass, and Yantai Jereh Oilfield Services, a maker of oilfield equipment.

Rounding out the top 10 are Yantai Zhenghai Magnetic Material, a magnet supplier, Shenzhen Tech and Ecology & Environment, a construction company, Hunan Er-kang Pharmaceutical, a producer of pharmaceuticals, Sungrow Power Supply, a solar power component maker, and Magic Holdings, a Hong Kong-listed supplier of skincare products.

Tops among the 100 unlisted companies this year is Gvitech, a provider of visualization software. Rounding out the top five are Beijing Leader and Harvest Information Technology, which makes power equipment, Sunrise Technology, an industrial products supplier, Zhuhai Seine Technology, a maker of printers and laser product, and BGE Holdings, which supplies pollution control systems.

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