public company



Business firm in the public (non-private) sector of an economy, controlled and operated by civil servants or government personnel (and not by private individuals). Used also as an alternative term for public limited company.

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  • You may find it is easier for your business to grow if you are set up as a public company instead of a private one.

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  • They were a public company and I went into their main office and asked for some information about who they were.

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  • You may want to be a public company instead of private if you think that will make it easier to achieve bigger profits.

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