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January 2011
United Kingdom Career Guide;2011, p151
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The article presents a corporate profile of companies reporting the largest assets or revenues listed on the London Stock Exchange in Great Britain. Banking and financial products and services provider HSBC Holdings PLC has a total asset of 2,454,689,000,000 dollars. International financial services company Barclays PLC comprises 147,500 employees and has a total asset of 2,427,478,300,000 dollars. Legal and General Group PLC has a total asset of 524,415,100,000 dollars with 8,662 employees.


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