control (of a company)

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The ability to win votes at company general meetings. Any person or group holding over 50 percent of the voting ordinary shares can exercise control; in practice control is usually possible with considerably under 50 percent of the voting shares, provided that the other shareholders do not combine.

Subjects: Economics.

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