Only four global automobile companies made the list of 100 publicly traded companies making up the Dow Jones Global Titans Index. Toyota Motor Corp., DaimlerChrysler AG, Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp. are included in the index, which is based on both the companies' value as determined by the stock market, and by their global spread, with at least 40% of revenues made outside the home market. The automobile industry is the largest manufacturing industry represented in the index, ...

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