Web sites: Who’s the most global?

How does your company’s web site do in addressing a global market? How many languages does your site support–and how localized is your international content?
If these are relevant questions, a look at bytelevel research’s 2005 Web Globalization Report Card might be interesting.
According to a story in WebProNews, bytelevel ranks Google as the top in globalized sites, with HP, Amex, Phillips and Skype taking the next 4 slots.
Who got the low marks? Disney, Monsanto, Nike and Wal-Mart were among those singled out as (global) losers.