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Stock Company

stock company

A company owned by stockholders, with the ownership evidenced by transferable certificates. Compare mutual company.
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San-Giorgio bank in Genoa was organized as a joint stock company and in Milan, San-Ambrogio was also organized as a corporation.
I know our customers and employees will be well-served both now and into the future," said Evan Koplin, President of Macon Iron & Paper Stock Company, Inc.
Cavico Construction Manpower & Services Joint Stock Company, a subsidiary of Cavico Corp (Nasdaq:CAVO), has listed 2.
Summary: Riyadh, Sha&'ban 21, 1431/Aug 2, 2010, SPA -- Minister of Commerce and Industry, Abdullah Ahmad Zaynal Ali Reza has approved the establishment of Knowledge Economic City Company, KEC, as a stock company with a capital of SR 3.
According to a business plan being compiled by Mitsui Mutual Life, it will convert its ''kikin'' funds into capital when it becomes a stock company.
The most popular forms of corporate vehicles for foreign investors are the joint stock company ("spolka akcyjna" (S.
3 million proceeds of a stock distribution from the reorganization of a mutual insurance company into a stock company, a federal appeals court has ruled.
Summary: Riyadh, July 06, 2010, SPA -- The Minister of Commerce and Industry, Abdullah bin Ahmed Zainal Ali Reza has approved transformation of United Aziziah Panda Company from limited liability company to a closed joint stock company.
Creation of an open joint stock company will allow to bring investments and to take loans for completion of construction.
If they offer these products, which they have every right to do, they don't have the lapses that a stock company has, and, as a result, it would cost them more to finance those risks than the stock companies, because a higher reserve would be necessary.