The German term “Aktiengesellschaft” refers to a publicly-traded, limited liability corporation similar to a U.S. public company (Inc.) or a U.K. public limited company (plc). An Aktiengesellschaft (AG) operates as a unique legal entity. It may be owned by multiple shareholders and its shares may be traded on stock exchanges.

See also: AG

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