Did you by any chance mean cooperative?
- adj. alternative spelling of cooperative.
“Another company said that if they can find a suitable supplier they are willing to sign a long term co-operative contract and order as much as the supplier can provide.”
“Mr. Gordhan: We're developing the notion of "co-operative competition.”
“Canada's largest financial co-operative, which is based largely in Quebec, said its profit before member dividends decreased from $267-million for the period ended Dec. 31.”
“There has never been a shortage of brilliant innovators such as Robert Owen, the founder of the co-operative movement, Florence Nightingale (a great social reformer, as well as a statistician and nurse), Ebenezer Howard (the founder of garden cities) and my own predecessor at the Young Foundation, Michael Young, the founder of dozens of new ventures from Which? to the Open University.”
“A woman from the farmer's co-operative who'd been evicted after her husband died by his family and her fight to get back her land and farm.”
“The Social Science Centre in Lincoln is a worker-student co-operative that will provide university-level education.”
“They're a co-operative crowd, you know, an organized business corporation, fore and aft, all hands and the cook.”
“In India, the co-operative has been supplying dairy products to the food industry and pharmaceutical-grade lactose to the pharmaceutical industry through its joint venture DMV-Fonterra Excipients.”
“A planned free-trade pact between India and New Zealand will help the co-operative get access to direct customers in the country, he said.”
“It will also provide them with an opportunity to explore and develop concrete measures in moving forward in a co-operative and constructive fashion.”
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