The life of a public company is different from that of a private one. The key element of market regulation is the information provided to investors – for example, the frequency with which the companies report and the information they provide on matters such as major shareholdings.
Stock exchanges require listed companies to make timely announcements regarding information or major decisions that may affect share price.
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