50 Most Valuable Brands in the World

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50. Intel
> 2019 brand value: $29 billion
> 2018-2019 brand value change: +32.0%
> Sector: Tech
> Country: United States

The Santa Clara, California-based chipmaker is a global leader in semiconductor design and manufacturing. Recently, however, Intel’s stock slumped on revelations of slower than expected sales growth in the coming years, due in part to competition from chipmaker AMD.

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49. Sinopec
> 2019 brand value: $29 billion
> 2018-2019 brand value change: +23.3%
> Sector: Oil & gas
> Country: China

Also known as China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, Sinopec is the world’s third most valuable energy company brand. Last year, it was the biggest oil and gas company in the world based on revenue, ahead of Royal Dutch Shell and Saudi Aramco.

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48. UPS
> 2019 brand value: $29 billion
> 2018-2019 brand value change: +33.2%
> Sector: Logistics
> Country: United States

Despite a dip in profitability last year, Atlanta-based United Parcel Service remains the world’s most valuable logistics brand, comfortably ahead of other top-rankers FedEx and DHL.

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47. Porsche
> 2019 brand value: $29 billion
> 2018-2019 brand value change: +54.0%
> Sector: Auto
> Country: Germany

The German luxury carmaker has been wholly owned by Volkswagen Group since 2012. Porsche was recently fined nearly $600 million by German regulators for selling cars with engines that do not comply with European emissions requirements.

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46. Deloitte
> 2019 brand value: $30 billion
> 2018-2019 brand value change: +42.2%
> Sector: Commercial services
> Country: United States

The U.K.-based company is a global leader in commercial auditing and consulting and one of the Big Four consulting firms, along with PwC, EY, and KPMG. Deloitte recently expanded its services, advising international clients on U.S. workplace management.