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something produced by mixing

Synonyms for amalgamation

the combination of two or more commercial companies

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A conversation about voluntary amalgamations and resource sharing is a good starting point.
The next step in this process is bringing all councils together on a regional basis to discuss amalgamation opportunities in early February.
Thereafter, since 2005 with the advent of process of amalgamation the number of RRBs which stood constant at 196 started declining.
It was mentioned that as a result of amalgamation, RRBs were in a position to provide better customer services with better infrastructure and policies of experienced staff.
In a state law consolidation and a foreign law amalgamation, typically two or more corporations combine and continue in the resulting entity, which is a new corporation that is formed in the consolidation transaction.
Overall, the amalgamated municipalities did not receive high marks from their residents in terms of increased value for taxes as predicted by the province; but at the same time, they did not receive poor marks in terms of loss of attachment to their local communities as predicted by those opposed to amalgamations.
Although the highest-profile amalgamation was the creation of the Toronto megacity, there have been many other amalgamations across the province, with the result that the number of municipalities was reduced by half in the period from 1996 to 2001.
The strength of the book lies in its history and analysis of the forces at work in the amalgamation of metropolitan regions.
The discussion, however, does question whether or not other concepts of municipal structuring need to be explored as provincial governments consider amalgamation.
The proposals would have a greater degree of consistency among all corporate groups if the provision were expanded to apply to amalgamations of wholly owned affiliates, not just parent and subsidiaries.
Subclauses 37 (2) and 37 (9): Losses on Amalgamation with Wholly Owned Corporation
A)(NYSE:BNN); and Brascan Financial Corporation announced today that the preferred shareholders of Brascan Financial approved the amalgamation of Brascan Financial and Trilon Holdings Inc.
Note: This press release and attachments contain "forward-looking statements" concerning the amalgamation of Brascan Corporation and Brascan Financial within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.
s (OTCBB:OEIL) Board of Director's announced today that the company has filed and delivered the Information Circular with proxies for its shareholders to approve its amalgamation with VISION Ontario Inc.
The amalgamation should greatly benefit all current and future shareholders and VISION looks forward to the years ahead.