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Synonyms for cooperative

working together toward a common end

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a jointly owned commercial enterprise (usually organized by farmers or consumers) that produces and distributes goods and services and is run for the benefit of its owners

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an association formed and operated for the benefit of those using it

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involving the joint activity of two or more

done with or working with others for a common purpose or benefit

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willing to adjust to differences in order to obtain agreement

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Mr Tsheboeng further underscored the importance of establishing well-defined value chains in co-operatives as was the case in other countries.
Last Wednesday, at 12 midday, the report into the collapse of the co-operative credit sector was released.
figure By ERIC WAINAINA A number of co-operative society officials in Kiambu County may be forced out of office following the enactment of a new law governing the management of saccos.The new law makes it illegal for sacco officials to serve for more than two consecutive terms.
Richard Self, Co-operatives UK agricultural manager, said: "Increasing the market share of well-run agricultural co-operatives in the food and farming sector helps to make primary producers more profitable, supply chains more efficient and reduces volatility in the markets.
Central England Co-operative has agreed a deal to welcome Wooldale Co-operative into its management.
The report reveals that co-operatives contributed [pounds sterling]34.1bn to the UK economy, a slight decrease from the year before, and employed more than 222,000 people.
The report reveals that co-operatives contributed PS34.1bn to the UK economy - a slight decrease from the year before, and employed more than 222,000 people.
But having spent a month at Mondragon in 2014, I thought it would be useful to spread knowledge about co-operatives. I offer a brief summary about co-operatives as egalitarian forms of organisations, showing how they can overcome the challenges they face and how states can support the co-operative model.
THE Midcounties Co-operative has won recognition from its members after being crowned winner of the prestige Co-operative of the Year Award.
Co-operatives, the UN noted, empower members and strengthen communities worldwide, through job opportunities for women and young people, and promote food security.
Minister Ms Hart yesterday responded to the Welsh Co-operatives and Mutuals Commission Report which was published in February.
ONE OF THE PROBLEMS for those studying co-operatives is the lack of recent scholarly interest in this subject, both in research and teaching.
This study is devoted to members' perception of several important issues of co-operatives: leadership, members' motivation, knowledge and skills and the role of the state.
It was launched to coincide with the United Nations International Year of Co-operatives 2012.