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Paper Company

A company with no operations that exists exclusively for a financial reason. For example, a paper company may issue a bond to fund its parent company so the parent company does not have the liability directly. A paper company has few or no assets other than those of a financial nature. See also: Back door listing.

paper company

A corporation formed in order to accomplish a specific financial task rather than to produce a good or service. Such a firm usually has few assets other than those of a financial nature.
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It was a bold and desperate move, and enabled the promoters of paper companies to sell stock for several years longer.
Following the South American order, the company added that it has ten agreements with paper companies in Asia; eight in North America; six in Europe; and two in South America.
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Holmen already holds stakes in recovered paper companies in Spain and Portugal.
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