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A Public limited company cannot survive without shareholders!

The amount invested is HUGE!! More than they could possibly invest by their own means.

If a lot of people invest in a company, it does improve the reputation and goodwill of the firm. Quite obviously... people wouldn't invest if they didn't think they'd get good returns!

However, too many shares being sold could lead to over capitalisation of the firm.

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