Business magazine Fortune released its latest Change the World list, with 53 companies honored that based on measurable social impact, business results and degree of innovation.

This year, vaccine makers from around the globe took the top spot on the list. Currently, Sinovac Biotech's CoronaVac and Sinopharm's BIBP-CorV from China along with vaccines from Pfizer/BioNTech, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Janssen/Johnson & Johnson and Moderna are included in the World Health Organization-led COVAX, a global initiative aimed at equitable access to COVID-19 vaccine.

Moreover, three Chinese companies made the list, including Envision Group at second, Pinduoduo at 26th and Kuaishou at 39th.

Now, let's see the top 10 companies from the Change the World ranking.

No 10 ReNew Energy Global, India

Fort Worth, Texas-based Takkion, a premier multimodal logistics and transportation provider for energy transition infrastructure, has acquired Sioux Falls, SD-based Renew Energy, Inc, a leading provider of operations and maintenance solutions serving the renewable energy market. (PHOTO / RENEWENERGY.COM)

No 9 Bank of America, US

A Bank of America sign is seen in Washington, DC on Jun 11, 2019. (EVA HAMBACH / AFP)

No 8 KCB Group, Kenya

Customers are served at the Kenya Commercial Bank in Nairobi on Jan 24, 2018. (SIMON MAINA / AFP)

No 7 Paypal Holdings, US

The logo of online payment company PayPal is pictured during LeWeb 2013 event in Saint-Denis near Paris on Dec 10, 2013. (ERIC PIERMONT / AFP)

No 6 Daimler, Germany

The headquarter of German concern Daimler AG is reflected in a window in Stuttgart, southern Germany, on Feb 18, 2021, as Daimler holds the annual press conference as an online event. (THOMAS KIENZLE / AFP)

No 5 Viatris, US

Representatives attend the unveiling ceremony of the new brand Viatris at the third China International Import Expo. (PHOTO / CHINA DAILY)

No 4 Banco Santander, Brazil

The logo of a Santander bank is pictured in Madrid on May 14, 2019. (GABRIEL BOUYS / AFP)

No 3 Costco Wholesale, US

Photo taken on Sept 19, 2019 shows a view of US retail giant Costco Wholesale's first brick-and-mortar store in East China's Shanghai. (PHOTO / XINHUA)

No 2 Envision Group, China

A worker monitors equipment at Envision AESC's China production engineering center in Wuxi, Jiangsu province in November 2020. (PHOTO / CHINA DAILY)

No 1 The Vaccine Makers, global

A health worker prepares a dose of Sinovac vaccine at a vaccination site in Manila, Philippines on Mar 31, 2021. (PHOTO / XINHUA)