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bread

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Coporations differ from other forms of business principally in the nature of ownership and management.

I don't get what "in the nature of ..." means.
Could anyone please give me a hand?

Thanks!!
 

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bread said:
Corporations differ from other forms of business principally in the nature of ownership and management.

I don't get what "in the nature of ..." means.
Could anyone please give me a hand?

Thanks!!

Corporations differ in the essential qualities or character of ownership and management. (i.e, in how or in the way corporations are owned and managed.)

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bread said:
Coporations differ from other forms of business principally in the nature of ownership and management.

I don't get what "in the nature of ..." means.
Could anyone please give me a hand?

Thanks!!

"Nature" refers to what is ingrained and unchangeable. :wink:
 
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