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Insolvency
- the state of not having enough money to pay what you owe; an occasion when this happens.
Permit
- to allow somebody to do something or to allow something to happen.
Proprietorship
-​ the fact or state of being the owner of a business, a hotel, etc.
Public Company
- a company that sells shares in itself to the public.
Shareholder
- an owner of shares in a company or business.
Franchise
- formal permission given by a company to somebody who wants to sell its goods or services in a particular area; formal permission given by a government to somebody who wants to operate a public service as a business.
Debt
- a sum of money that somebody owes.
Launch
- to start an activity, especially an organized one.
Benefit
- an advantage that something gives you; a helpful and useful effect that something has.
Founder
- a person who starts an organization, institution, etc. or causes something to be built.






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insolvency
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permit
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proprietorship
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public company
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shareholder
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franchise
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debt
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launch
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benefit
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founder
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