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Co-operative
Definition: A business whose members buy shares and have equal say in the running of the business, no matter how many shares each member has. A co-operative is run in the interests of its members.


A co-operative that brings together and sells the products produced by small farmers. [1]
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Codicil
A document which effects changes or additions to a person's will. Both the will and the codicil must be read in conjunction with one anothe...(Read more) ...

Co-operative:
A form of ownership in which the owner has a share in the Co-operative which actually owns the property. The individual owner has the right to live in a housing unit but does not own the actual unit.
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Co-operative: A form of ownership in which multiple owners hold shares in the co-operative that owns the property. The shareholder has the right to live in a housing unit but does not own the actual unit.

Worker co-operative - A business organisation owned by employees who contribute to production and share in profit.

Co-operative communities are now widespread with the largest and most successful example being at Mondragon in the Basque country of Spain (see link below).

Co-operatives
A legally recognised form of business organisation where each member makes an investment and has an input to the process of management. Co-ops may be formed by producers (eg farmers) or consumers.
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Co-operative Joint Ventures (CJVs) [18] are permitted under the Sino-Foreign Co-operative Joint Ventures. Co-operative Enterprises are also called Contractual Operative Enterprises.

A co-operative formed by 19 European Railways, for the management of international railcontainer traffic in Europe.
Interline
Two or more road transport companies joining operations to bring cargo to a certaindestination.

A co-operative foreign exchange arrangement set up in 1979 and involving most of the members of the European Community, designed to promote exchange rate stability within the EC.

A co-operative company is a company incorporated under the Companies Act 1993 that applies for registration as a co-operative company under the Co-operative Companies Act 1996. Application can be made on incorporation or at a later time.

Co-operative movement
A co-operative is an autonomous association or the banding together of groups of people for mutual assistance/benefit in trade, manufacture, the supply of credit, housing, or other services.

National Union of Co-operative Insurance Society Employees
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An industry owned co-operative supplying secure messaging services and interface software to financial institutions.
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It is is composed of a listed co-operative Parent Bank, nine Network Banks (Banca Popolare di Bergamo, Banco di Brescia, Banca Popolare Commercio e Industria, Banca Regionale Europea, Banca Popolare di Ancona, Banco di San Giorgio, Banca Carime, ...

Credit unions are community based financial co-operatives and most offer a full range of services. All are owned and controlled by members who are also shareholders.

A type non-bank financial institution for personal savings and loans, structured on a co-operative basis. Historically, credit unions were established on the basis of a common bond among their membership, (e.g.

Marathe Committee (on Urban Co-operative Banks) A committee set up to review the licensing policy for new urban co-operative banks. Headed by S. S.

A Credit Union is a financial co-operative formed for the promotion of thrift among its members by the accumulation of their savings; the creation of sources of credit for the mutual benefit of its members at a fair and reasonable rate of interest; ...

Dividends are the distribution of earnings allocated to shares and other forms of participation in the equity of incorporated private enterprises, co-operatives, and public corporations.

"joint stock company - a mercantile, banking or co-operative association with capital made up of transferable shares"
See also equity and securities .In the U.S., the term common stock has a similar meaning.

Lending institutions - non-governmental organisations, local co-operatives and banks - found lending to these people was good, repeat business.

For ease of Analysis, the interpersonal approach could be sub-divided into four areas of concentration and they are
1. The psychological approach
2. Human relation approach
3. Co-operative social system approach
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Housing Choice Voucher Program
Housing Choice Voucher Program
Housing co-operative
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Definitions 2 Credit union is a member-owned financial co-operative, which are created and operated by its members and the resulting profits are shared amongst the owners.

The purpose of APG is to provide a focus for co-operative anti-money laundering efforts in the region.

See also: See also: Banks, Index, Agency, Credit union, Transaction

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