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What is Quasi-corporations

These are unincorporated enterprises that function as if they were corporations, and are treated as such for classifying to institutional sectors. There are three main types of quasi-corporation in the accounts: unincorporated enterprises owned by government that are engaged in market production, unincorporated enterprises (including partnerships) owned by households and unincorporated enterprises owned by foreign residents.

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