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    Concern vs. Company /firm

    Hi,

    Could you illustrate when you will use "concern" to refer to a company or firm?

    Are there any companies name themselves XXXX Cocern?


    Thank you!

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    Re: Concern vs. Company /firm

    I am not a teacher.

    You can describe a company as a concern, often a going concern, but you wouldn't call it XXXX Concern.

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