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Question 1: Companies set up for privacy or asset protection often incorporate in ________, which does not require disclosure of share ownership.

Question 2: In 1844 the ________ passed the Joint Stock Companies Act, which allowed companies to incorporate without a royal charter or an Act of Parliament.
Politics of the United KingdomParliament of the United KingdomConstitution of the United KingdomMonarchy of the United Kingdom

Question 3: [29] Furthermore, several types of conventional corporations exist in the ________.
CanadaAlaskaUnited StatesPhilippines

Question 4: Starting in the 1980s, many countries with large state-owned corporations moved toward ________, the selling of publicly owned services and enterprises to corporations.
CapitalismPrivatizationDeregulationPrivate finance initiative

Question 5: For example, Congress has constitutional power to provide postal services, so it has power to operate the ________.
United States Postal ServiceUnited States ConstitutionUnited States CongressU.S. state

Question 6: ________ − a documentary focusing on surge of corporate power in our society over the last two centuries
United StatesThe CorporationLawAnarchism

Question 7: The ________ is the oldest and best known corporation within the UK that is still in existence.
Norwegian Broadcasting CorporationTG4Raidió Teilifís ÉireannBBC

Question 8: Germany is also unique in having a system known as ________ in which half of the supervisory board consists of representatives of the employees.
VorstandHarold WilsonLabour lawCo-determination

Question 9: Entities which carried on business and were the subjects of legal rights were found in ancient Rome, and the ________ in ancient India.
Kushan EmpirePala EmpireMaurya EmpireChola Dynasty

Question 10: In modern economic systems, conventions of ________ commonly appear in a wide variety of business and non-profit activities.
Corporate governanceCorporationInternal affairs doctrineCompanies law


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