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  • n. Plural form of shareholding.


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  • Pala Investments seeks to assist companies in which it has long-term shareholdings by providing strategic advice and innovative financing solutions.


  • The National Assembly resolved in November 1996 that all MPs and permanent members of the National Council of Provinces should disclose all their financial interests, such as shareholdings or directorships, and all gifts received worth more than R350.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The question that faces Australian securities regulators is what to do about two or more Chinese state owned enterprises together owing substantial shareholdings in an Australian company?

    Australian Securities Regulators In Policy Quandary : Law is Cool

  • The issues here are the concepts of associated entities and substantial shareholdings.

    Australian Securities Regulators In Policy Quandary : Law is Cool

  • The Nihon Keizai Shimbun business newspaper reported Monday that a dozen life insurers and banks would, combined, book nearly $5 billion of charges for the fiscal year ended March 31 on losses in Tepco shareholdings.

    Japan Confronts Liabilities for Crisis

  • But they are also incurring big losses on their shareholdings in other Japanese companies.

    Japan Banks Running to Stand Still

  • Net profit at Mizuho and SMFG tumbled 36% and 20%, respectively, from the previous year, as both banks were hit particularly hard by valuation losses on shareholdings.

    Taxes, Losses on Stocks, Hurt Japanese Bank Profits

  • Indigenization and Empowerment Minister Saviour Kasukuwere wrote to the companies on July 28, informing them they had failed to provide acceptable details of how they propose to transfer 51 percent shareholdings to local people within the five years stipulated by law, the state-controlled Herald newspaper said.

    Zimbabwe gives foreign firms 14-day ultimatum

  • Their minority shareholdings in total are worth roughly Y300 billion in terms of voting rights.

    Mizuho Considers Buying Out Its Units

  • MADRID — Spain's Telefonica SA said Sunday that it will widen its strategic partnership with China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd., with each company investing $500 million to increase their cross shareholdings.

    Telefonica, China Unicom Strengthen Ties


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