What Is a Trading Company?

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A trading company is a business that connects buyers and sellers but does not involve itself in the ownership or storage of merchandise. In most cases a trading company is compensated on commission by the seller.
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A trading company is an organisation or a firm that connects buyers and sellers from different or same countries. It's a type of company involving two or more legal persons and doesn't get involved with the owning and storing of the merchandise. It's usually compensated by the sellers through the sales and commissions.
A joint stock company (JSC) is a type of business entity: it is a type of corporation or partnership involving two or more legal persons.
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