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  • noun Plural form of stakeholding.

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Examples

  • It also has a 35% stake in miner Xstrata PLC, a 9.7% stake in Russian aluminum producer United Company Rusal and stakeholdings in other companies.

    Glencore Mulling IPO, but Deal Not Imminent

  • Smart foreign firms have either installed their own people in China to supervise production or ditched minority stakeholdings altogether in favor of wholly owned operations.

    Chinese Red Alert

  • Prosperity Investments, a wholly owned subsidiary of Prosperity, will own strategic stakeholdings in NBC Holdings and

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The deal will be funded by debt, cash on hand and the issue of some Wood Group shares to PSN management, in respect of part of their stakeholdings.

    Reuters: Top News

  • The government has repeatedly said it would only sell its stakeholdings in the banking sector -- including stakes in Lloyds and RBS -- when market conditions were favourable to ensure a good deal for the taxpayer.

    Reuters: Top News

  • We've had his notorious and irreparable raid on the pension investments of millions of taxpayers, and of course more recently his massive programme of bail-outs and stakeholdings in UK banks, funded by the public purse.

    Planet Identity

  • "No. Right now, I'm in a perfect position to exert pressure on Galapharma's top officers, while they're afraid of losing their precious jobs and stakeholdings.

    Sagittarius Whorl

  • The government has repeatedly said it would only sell its stakeholdings in the banking sector -- including stakes in Lloyds (

    Reuters: Top News

  • It seems the U.S. is using its stakeholdings to execute foreign policy, "one analyst, who asked not to be named, said.

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

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