Secret company

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Secret company is one of three forms of association agreements between companies.

It takes the form of a separate non-registered entity, belonging to the partners. Its purpose is to implement covert operations and projects aimed at cost and risk dispersion between members of the association and management of common resources.

Activities of the association remain secret, but shareholders of this entity is known so they will not seek to influence on the other shareholders which could be their competitors. Such companies usually have a place in trade activities. There are not known in Poland.

Other forms of association agreements between companies are: interest groups and association agreements. These agreements are placed among the broader category of non-share based strategic alliances.

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