Public Limited Company
Public limited companies can be publicly traded on a stock exchange — similar to the U.S. Corporation (Corp.) and the German Aktiengesellschaft (AG).
Other articles related to "limited, public limited company, limited company, company, public":
... Octopus Cards Limited (Chinese 八達通卡有限公司) is the operator of the Octopus rechargeable contactless smart card used in an electronic payment system in ... Octopus Cards Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Octopus Holdings Limited ... by the major transportation companies in Hong Kong, Octopus Cards Limited is the operator of the Octopus System and the issuer of Octopus ...
... In some jurisdictions a public limited company may re-register as a private limited company or private unlimited company at any time with few formalities ... A court may also order a public company to re-register as private on approving a 'minute of reduction' of share capital which results in the issued share capital falling below the statutory minimum ... court will also specify alterations to the company's memorandum and articles ...
... of India and State Governments have 86.36% share as a promoter of the Company while remaining 13.64% is public shareholding ...
3801 Limited is a not for profit company limited by guarantee formed in June 1985 to operate steam locomotive 3801 and its associated rolling stock ...
Famous quotes containing the words company, public and/or limited:
“In your company a man could die, I said, a man could die and you wouldnt even notice, theres no trace of friendship, a man could die in your company.”
—Max Frisch (19111991)
“When I saw it I was so glad I could not speak. My eyes seemed too little to see it all.... I was a long time without speaking to my friend. To see me always looking and never speaking he thought I had lost my mind. I could not understand where all this could come from.”
—For the State of Maine, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“Psychology has nothing to say about what women are really like, what they need and what they want, essentially because psychology does not know.... this failure is not limited to women; rather, the kind of psychology that has addressed itself to how people act and who they are has failed to understand in the first place why people act the way they do, and certainly failed to understand what might make them act differently.”
—Naomi Weisstein, U.S. psychologist, feminist, and author. Psychology Constructs the Female (1969)