In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1participación mayoritaria feminineparticipación de control feminine
- Secondly, his price for investing the full amount was that he should have a controlling interest.
- So foreigners would have a tough time acquiring a controlling interest.
- The garment trade group diversified into a host of other areas under the control of Asil Nadir who acquired a controlling interest in 1980.
- The firms could also avoid the entire problem by giving up controlling interest in their portfolio companies to other investors.
- Those parent companies held controlling interests in local utilities.
- Together the founders own a controlling interest.
- Although it has never taken a controlling interest in any firm, it uses its shareholding to force a company's board to enter into takeover talks with predatory third parties.
- In the run-up to privatisation large-scale job loss via voluntary redundancies had the effect of eschewing and diluting what may have become a source of major industrial conflict, and thus served controlling interests.
- At the depressed prices of airline stocks, the government could have easily bought a controlling interest in the entire industry for $15 billion.
- However, most are fairly amenable to a split as long as a passive investor does not have a controlling interest.
- This demand was founded upon the act of Parliament by which these two corporations were created in 1974 after wholly divesting three foreign-controlled enterprises of their controlling interests.
- Until recently, however, it has been difficult to imagine a foreign company gaining a controlling interest in a Japanese company.
- If you go to venture capitalists for financing, it's unlikely you'll retain a controlling interest in your company.
- The Dubliner made millions when he sold a controlling interest in the business to a French luxury goods maker four years ago.
- Crown entities will include universities as organisations in which the Government has a controlling interest.
- At press time, James was in the process of selling his controlling interest in the company.
- They own controlling interests in most of the large corporations that dominate the economy.
- A controlling interest would be sold through competitive auction at the end of this year and the remaining shares would be sold to the public within 12 to 18 months of the auction.
- He won over opponents by agreeing to sell off minority stakes, rather than controlling interests, in some companies.
- Desmond also has a controlling interest in the City of London Airport.
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