I'd like to ask about the meaning of "incorporation" in the following context:
By acknowledging this principle, labour attaches were spared from the unreasonable task of having to verify whether every prospective foreign employer wishing to recruit Filipino workers satisfied Philippine prerequisites. It also helped reduce documentary requirements demanded by the POEA, thereby reducing costs and processing times for all concerned.
Further, the Foreign Ministries and other approving offices along with the Chambers of Commerce or Securities and Exchange Commissions which recognized the incorporation of foreign employers of labour-receiving countries became more conscious of the shared responsibility they played in promoting and protecting the welfare of migrant workers since they have a role in ensuring the authenticity of such documents.
Does incorporation mean "registration" in this case?
It is closer to "including" or "accepting into".