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For a company to become public limited company, it must have an issued share capital in excess of £50,000.

It will usually pay part of its profits to shareholders in the form if dividends.

Private shareholders usually own a small percentage of most public limited companies. This is because they cannot afford to buy large numbers of shares - they are therefore known as minority shareholders.

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