Unlisted Company

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Unlisted Company

A company with stock that is not traded on an exchange. Very often, unlisted companies are very small and do not trade on an exchange because they do not meet market capitalization requirements. Unlisted companies may be traded informally (theoretically, one may stand on a street corner and sell his/her stocks), but the term usually refers to companies traded through a dealer network. See also: Over-the-counter.
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According to the release, there has also been a "reduction in DRR for unlisted companies from the present level of 25 per cent to 10 per cent of the outstanding debentures."
Myanmar's securities regulator and the Yangon Stock Exchange are planning to establish an alternative market where investors can trade shares of unlisted companies, the Nikkei Asian Review reported.
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According to the ITO 2001, shares of unlisted companies are considered shares while those of public companies are treated as securities after their reclassification following their listing at the stock market.
Three percent were registered as public unlisted companies, nonprofit associations, foreign companies and limited liability partnerships (LLPs).
Three per cent were registered as public unlisted companies, not for profit associations, foreign companies and limited liability partnerships (LLP).
four percent were registered as public unlisted companies, non-profit associations, foreign companies and limited liability partnerships (LLPs).
3 (three) percent were registered as public unlisted companies and LLP.
Three percent were registered as public unlisted companies and limited liability partnerships (LLP).
Shell companies are characterised by nominal paid-up capital, high reserves and surplus on account of receipt of high share premium, investment in unlisted companies, no dividend income and high cash in hand.