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a company (usually unincorporated) which has the capital of its members pooled in a common fund

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Among the joint-stock companies, exhibited for the auction, are enterprises specializing in cotton growing, poultry farming, transport, repair, trade, production, processing and others.
Further, there were e-registrations for 8145 single traders, 5 Omani closed joint-stock companies (Subject to the act of foreign investments), 1325 general partnerships, 11 international company branches, a commercial mandate office, and finally a general partnership firm (Subject to the Act of foreign investments).
The approach to intellectual capital increasing value added in joint-stock companies
While the Commercial Companies Law already had various corporate governance requirements applicable to most corporate structures, previously only public joint-stock companies were subject to Bahrain's Corporate Governance Code.
from investments in joint-stock companies, which operated in the red in 2012.
According to the statistics, the 7 joint-stock companies include Iranian members of the board of directors.
Among other things the law establishes new rules for the voting procedures of shareholders in joint-stock companies.
Today's session saw shares of 38 out of a total 81 electronically-registered joint-stock companies exchanging hands with 14 down, nine up and 15 retaining their previous figures.
The International Finance Corporation Central Asia Corporate Governance Project, which is aimed to improve the corporate governance practices in Kyrgyz joint-stock companies (JSC), including commercial banks, has announced today that it is accepting applications for its Pilot Program.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-18 September 2003-Net profit for Norwegian non-financial joint-stock companies down in 2002(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The Diet on Wednesday enacted a bill to revise the Agricultural Land Law to permit joint-stock companies to engage in agriculture with its passage through the House of Councillors.
The South Sea Bubble produced so many corrupt profiteers and gullible victims that the Bubble Act of 1720 banned all joint-stock companies, except those established by separate Act of Parliament, for two centuries.
These vouchers can be exchanged for State property, shares in joint-stock companies, agricultural land, residential flats, or cash.