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Although some of the selected companies like Alibaba is not geared towards solving real life problem but they have waxed strong over the years in China and round the globe in tech innovations. The companies are listed below:

Alibaba

Alibaba has Market cap of $196 billion and Annual revenue of $16 billion. Alibaba was Founded by former English teacher Jack Ma, the company has plunged into a dizzying number of other online businesses like the recent deal to buy China's YouTube-like service Youku Tudou.
 Alibaba's platforms generated a record-breaking $14 billion in sales on a single day in November (although that doesn't translate into the same amount of actual revenue for the company).
The company owns the Aliexpress platform which is already doing business in markets like Brazil and Russia. And Alibaba splashed out $1 billion last month to buy a Southeast Asian online retailer.


Tencent

Tencent is another company based in China.Tencent's messaging app WeChat has hundreds of millions of users.
It has Market cap of $194 billion. Annual revenue of $16 billion. The 16-year-old company has grown at light-speed to become one of the biggest Internet businesses in the world. At heart of its success are its hugely popular messaging platforms, but it also offers a vast array of other online services, including mobile games, digital content, search and e-commerce.
Its WeChat messaging app had a whopping 697 million monthly active users at the end of last year.
The company has aggressively looked for opportunities to expand its mobile gaming business into new markets. WeChat is competing against big messaging rivals like WhatsApp and Line.

Baidu

As for me I will rate this company number 1 because their innovative plans is towards solving real life problem.
The company has the Market cap of $58 billion and Annual revenue of $10 billion. China's top dog for Internet search gets more page views than any other website in the country. The company also has fingers in a lot of other pies like online maps, payments and video  and also driverless cars. Its paid search results have recently come under fire from Internet users and authorities in China, though.
 Baidu clocked up 663 million monthly active users for mobile search in March.
 The search giant has tested the waters in foreign markets, including Brazil. Google provides very stiff competition in its core business, however.
Huawei

The most popular Huawei has the Annual revenue of $61 billion. The privately held firm competes with Apple and Samsung in making phones, tablets and other gadgets for consumers. But it also has a huge business selling the gear that mobile and fixed-line networks are made of.
 Huawei filed 3,898 patent applications last year, more than any other company in the world.
 Huawei is already global, with offices in 100 countries. It boasts that 45 of the world's top 50 telecom operators use its technology. The Shenzhen-based company still faces suspicion in some markets over allegations of spying, which it has repeatedly denied.

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