co-partnership

Related to co-partnership: Special partnership
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co-partnership

[ˈkəʊˈpɑːtnəʃɪp] Nasociación f, cogestión f, coparticipación f
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John Brown and Peter Goldthwaite had been jointly known to the commercial world between twenty and thirty years before, under the firm of Goldthwaite & Brown; which co-partnership, however, was speedily dissolved by the natural incongruity of its constituent parts.
I know this well, that if one thousand, if one hundred, if ten men whom I could name--if ten honest men only--ay, if one HONEST man, in this State of Massachusetts, ceasing to hold slaves, were actually to withdraw from this co-partnership, and be locked up in the county jail therefor, it would be the abolition of slavery in America.
Gentlemen, I think it is time we pulled our fingers out" (to the Industrial Co-Partnership Association on Britain's inefficient industries in 1961).
Great extension of the representation of the workforce and co-partnership in major industrial and commercial companies, and 4.
It was during his time in prison that he developed his business model of co-partnership and profit sharing with his employees.
The facilities of the bank facilities comprises of interest free, co-partnership, bond futures, civil partnership, installment sale, renting for possession, legal partnership and direct investment.
Such partnerships may take the form of an artist-in-residence (Gibson, 2011) or adopt a co-partnership model that better resonates with a social constructivist way of learning (Ewing et al.
org) is pleased to announce the signing of co-partnership agreement.
She mastered a variety of old sources, discovered a rich vein of new ones, and shows how the "Quadripartite Concern," a co-partnership of Irish planters, moved from the British Leewards into St.
A successful co-partnership can help identify unlawful elements who are seeking to influence on a sports program and enhance protection of the student-athletes most likely to be targeted.
In the first instance, the spread of an evolving new kind of state-private co-partnership system (SPCS) can be rationalized as playing a crucial role as a monitoring mechanism to secure firm-specific investment against expropriation by insecure investor insiders which, as we noted above, was an endemic practice during the 1990s (Goldman, 2003; Gregory and Schrettl, 2004; Bahry, 2005; Dininio and Orttung, 2005; Ivanenko, 2005; Tompson, 2005).
intention on presenting a new production project that will be a co-partnership