List of companies of Belarus
Belarus is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe bordered by Russia to the northeast, Ukraine to the south, Poland to the west, and Lithuania and Latvia to the northwest. Its capital and most populous city is Minsk. Over 40% of its 207,600 square kilometres (80,200 sq mi) is forested. Its strongest economic sectors are service industries and manufacturing.
For further information on the types of business entities in this country and their abbreviations, see "Business entities in Belarus".
This list includes notable companies with primary headquarters located in the country. The industry and sector follow the Industry Classification Benchmark taxonomy. Organizations which have ceased operations are included and noted as defunct.
|A1||Telecommunications||Mobile telecommunications||Minsk||1999||Mobile phones|
|Aliasworlds Entertainment||Technology||Software||Minsk||2002||Game developer|
|BelaPAN||Consumer services||Broadcasting & entertainment||Minsk||1991||News agency|
|Belarus High Technologies Park||Financials||Real estate holding & development||Minsk||2005||Tech park|
|Belarusian Railway||Industrials||Railroads||Minsk||1992||State-owned railway|
|Belavia||Consumer services||Airlines||Minsk||1996||State-owned airline|
|BelAZ||Industrials||Commercial vehicles & trucks||Zhodzina||1948||Haulage and earthmoving equipment|
|Belkommunmash||Industrials||Commercial vehicles & trucks||Minsk||1974||Manufacturer of public transport|
|BelMarket||Consumer services||Food retailers & wholesalers||Minsk||2007||Supermarkets|
|Belshina||Consumer goods||Tires||Babruysk||1963||Tyre works|
|Beltelecom||Telecommunications||Fixed line telecommunications||Minsk||1995||State-owned telecommunications|
|Byelorussian Steel Works||Basic materials||Iron & steel||Zhlobin||1984||Steel|
|Gazprom Transgaz Belarus||Oil & gas||Exploration & production||Minsk||1992||Natural gas, part of Gazprom (Russia)|
|life Belarus||Telecommunications||Mobile telecommunications||Minsk||2008||Mobile phones|
|Minsk Motorcycle||Consumer goods||Automobiles||Minsk||1951||Motorcycles|
|Minsk Automobile Plant||Consumer goods||Automobiles||Minsk||1944||State-owned automotive|
|Minsk Kristall||Consumer goods||Distillers & vintners||Minsk||1893||Distillery, vodka|
|Minsk Tractor Works||Industrials||Commercial vehicles & trucks||Minsk||1946||Tractor manufacturer|
|Mozyr Oil Refinery||Oil & gas||Exploration & production||Mazyr||1975|
|Olivaria Brewery||Consumer goods||Brewers||Minsk||1864||Brewery|
|TransAVIAexport Airlines||Industrials||Delivery services||Minsk||1992||Cargo airline|
|Tut.By||Consumer services||Broadcasting & entertainment||Minsk||2000||News website
|Vysheysha shkola||Consumer services||Publishing||Minsk||1954||State-owned publishing|
Central entrance to Minsk Automobile Plant.
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