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13. Which of the following countries has the highest number of Fortune 100 companies? A. France B. Germany C. United States D. Japan
The United States has the highest number of Fortune 500 companies according to the International Fortune 500 list compiled in 2013. The US has 137 Fortune 500 companies followed by China with 89 companies, and Japan follows China with 62. [ The answer is C. The United States. ]
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Here is a reliable source where you can see the various countries and their Global Fortune 500 company numbers.



My apologies for the lack of source prior to this appended answer.
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money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/global500/2012/countries/US.html

I again apologize the link did not show up.
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rcs_apollo, thank you. You should add comments under the comment section instead of the answer section. Don't worry if you can't see the link as links are only visible to moderators. Just try to remember to add links with your original answer when you are in a live conversation.
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Thank you debnjerry this is my first day here and I am doing my best to provide quality information in a timely manner. Your help is very welcome and I have re-reviewed the rules :)

I will commit that to memory and provide reputable sources with each answer. Is no further action required for this answer?
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