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Co-operatives are businesses owned and run by and for their members. Whether the members are the customers, employees or residents they have an equal say in what the business does and a share in the profits.
Even with his graduate diploma in International Maritime Business, opportunities to be employed full time again was few and far between for the former inmate. He had been in and out of prison a total of four times on two counts of riot and two acts of disorderly behaviour.The future looked bleak - i...
Profit is not a dirty word, asserts Mr S Chandra Das.
“Co-operative must be profitable organisations. Once you have money, you can do a lot of good work. When private companies make money, the money goes to shareholders. But in co-operatives, we find ways and means to return the surpluses in the form of rebates, high dividends and bursaries. Co-operatives can choose to give a $1million away to help the poor. Listed company probably can’t do that. The shareholders will make noise,” he says. (http://bit.ly/cooptips-4)