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Differentiation and greater mutual ownership will be further key elements of the new ENP, recognising that not all partners aspire to comply with EU rules and standards, and reflecting the wishes of each country concerning the nature and scope of its partnership with the EU.
Under the new article, companies should take into account that mutual ownership between two independent public joint-stock companies may not exceed 10 per cent of the capital of each of them.
It is also committed to maintaining its mutual ownership.
This mutual ownership structure aligns Vanguard's interests with those of investors.
David Cameron is good at spouting about the 'Big Society' or the importance of mutual ownership, but when it comes down to looking at what the government actually does they always think private enterprise is best.
As more and more people rediscover the benefits of self-help and mutual ownership, the co-operative alternative will, without doubt, play an increasing part in fostering future enterprise - contributing to the rebuilding of a more balanced and stable UK economy.
Aplan from CUNA Mutual Group for a new mutual ownership structure recently received approval from the Iowa Insurance Commissioner.
Mutual insurance companies enjoy the advantage of mutual ownership in which the policyholders are the owners of the firm
The former energy and climate change secretary spelled out his vision for regional banks run with mutual ownership, including in the West Midlands.
Last month following a Financial Times Deutschlandreport, the two allies had to deny market talk of an increase in mutual ownership.
Midsize life insurers in the past also turned themselves into stock companies, giving up the status of mutual ownership by policyholders, but there have been no major changes in management styles and the full benefit of becoming a stock company has not been seen, Moody's Japan K.

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