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What are state owned enterprises (SOEs)?
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Have a distinct legal form and are established usually by government to operate in commercial affairs. While they may also have public policy objectives, SOEs should be differentiated from other forms of government agencies or state entities (Parastatals) established to pursue purely non-financial objectives. They should produce a return on investment to government either through share price increase or dividends. SOEs can be fully owned or partially owned by Government (>50% of shares).
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