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How can a company acquire another company before it’s incorporation?

An incorporated company is a separate legal entity. This entity can invest in other companies, get acquired, employ people etc. However, if the company is not incorporated, it means that the company is not in existence. Hence, a company which is not incorporated can neither be acquired nor can this unincorporated company invest i...

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