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Joint ventures: cooperatives working with other firms

Jul 19, 2013
Cooperatives are corporations that are owned, controlled, and used primarily by the customers they serve. Regular cooperative members invest funds in the cooperative that are used to purchase assets. Those assets enable the cooperative to conduct business operations within a given market.

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