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Definition of

offering circular

Stockholding & Investments

document accompanying sale of stock a description of a company's operations, financial background, prospects, and the detailed terms and conditions relating to an offer for sale or placing of its stock by notice, circular, advertisement, or any form of invitation which offers securities to the public.

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  • Asia: Future Perspectives
    by Jim Rogers
    It is because in Asia they’re fresher at it and they haven’t yet had the chance to get corrupted and corroded. In China, they still call themselves Communists. They didn’t have a stock market 20 years ago, nor did Vietnam. Thirty years ago Mao Tse-tung was still running China; Indira Gandhi and Nehru were ruining India; East and West Pakistan had just had a big split; Vietnam had been destroyed by war. So, 30 years ago Asia was not in the game.

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