Bloomberg – 1,935 companies are listed in the World Bank’s Global Economic Indicators for the year ending March 2017, according to the latest data available from the organization.

That’s the highest total for any calendar year since 2008, according the data.

In addition, there were 3,086 firms listed in global trade data in March, an increase of 9.3 percent from February.

China, the world’s largest economy, accounted for nearly two-thirds of the companies in the rankings, according a Bloomberg analysis of data from the Global Trade Tracker.