Stock and Investment was a subdivision of the Corporate Sector Authority's Financial Division. It was tasked with handling the transaction of the Corporate Sector Authority's shares. All stock sales to third parties had to be approved by the Authority, and all sellers had to offer the Authority the chance to buy the stocks first before offering them for sale. Stock and Investment also offered financial services to investors, including bonds, time deposit accounts, and speculative investments.[1]


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