Description of node <http://id.insee.fr/concepts/definition/c1496/definition/v2/en>

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http://id.insee.fr/concepts/definition/c1496/definition/v2/en http://rdf-vocabulary.ddialliance.org/xkos#plainText An enterprise is the smallest combination of legal units that is an organisational unit producing goods and services, enjoying a certain decision-making autonomy, especially for the allocation of its current resources. An enterprise may be: an "independent" legal unit, i.e. not belonging to a group. The following are distinguished: · the sole proprietorship, whereby the legal entity is not distinct from the operator in person; · the corporation, most commonly in the form of a company, for example a public limited company or a limited liability company; an enterprise resulting from the profiling of a group, (incorrectly) shortened to "profiled enterprise". N.B.: for a "small" group, the result of the profiling only contains one enterprise, identical to the group itself. commentaire This definition of an enterprise it that of EEC Council Regulation of 15 March 1993 relating to statistical units for observing and analysing the production system. It is used in the French decree for implementation (n°2008-1354) of article 51 of the French law on modernisation of the economy. This definition of an enterprise as a statistical unit should not be confused with that of the enterprise as a legal unit. All independent legal units are enterprises. However, subsidiaries of groups, i.e. those in which a group has a majority control, are not.
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http://id.insee.fr/concepts/definition/c1496/definition/v2/en http://eurovoc.europa.eu/schema#noteLiteral <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><p>An enterprise is the smallest combination of legal units that is an organisational unit producing goods and services, enjoying a certain decision-making autonomy, especially for the allocation of its current resources.</p><p>An enterprise may be:</p><ul class="list1"><li> an "independent" legal unit, i.e. not belonging to a group. The following are distinguished:</li></ul><p> · the sole proprietorship, whereby the legal entity is not distinct from the operator in person;</p><p> · the corporation, most commonly in the form of a company, for example a public limited company or a limited liability company;</p><ul class="list1"><li> an enterprise resulting from the profiling of a group, (incorrectly) shortened to "profiled enterprise".</li></ul><p>N.B.: for a "small" group, the result of the profiling only contains one enterprise, identical to the group itself.</p><p>commentaire</p><p>This definition of an enterprise it that of EEC Council Regulation of 15 March 1993 relating to statistical units for observing and analysing the production system. It is used in the French decree for implementation (n°2008-1354) of article 51 of the French law on modernisation of the economy.</p><p>This definition of an enterprise as a statistical unit should not be confused with that of the enterprise as a legal unit. All independent legal units are enterprises. However, subsidiaries of groups, i.e. those in which a group has a majority control, are not.</p></div>
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