Incorporation (économie)

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Incorporation (abrégé Inc. aux États-Unis) est une forme de nouvelle société aux États-Unis, en Grande-Bretagne, au Canada ou au Japon. La société peut être à but lucratif ou non-lucratif ou parfois même le gouvernement d'une nouvelle ville.


Incorporation aux Canada

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La loi principale régissant l'incorporation de ce pays est Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA), depuis 1975. L'incorporation peut être effectuée à un niveau fédéral ou provincial/territorial.[1]

Incorporation aux États-Unis

Incorporation en Grande-Bretagne

Incorporation aux Japon


  1. Incorporating in Canada. Consulté le 20-02-2009
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