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    nolly Guest

    Limited group or group limited

    hi
    i just want to ask you about this topic, which correct:
    al-salem group limited or al-salem limited group

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Re: Limited group or group limited

    Full context will help but if it is the name of a company, then "Group Limited".

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    Re: Limited group or group limited

    yes, it is company name ,,,but what is the reason for this?
    why it is group limited i learned that in english adjectives usually before nouns
    so it also can be limited group,, tell me plz

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Re: Limited group or group limited

    The registered name of the company is xxxxx Group.

    In the UK, a limited company can be one of three things: a private company limited by shares; a private company limited by guarantees; or a public limited company whose shares can be traded on stock exchanges.

    The use of Ltd [Limited] after the registered name indicates it is one of these three types of company, and the term is required by law.

    In a description of the company, you could say "xxxx Group, which is a limited company...".

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