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Perhaps I should have mentioned that I was referring to in the UK context.
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publicly listed company alt. public company
Explanation: I would stay away from limited liability company since, at least in the US, it's different from a corporation. An LLC doesn't have shares, and an "aktiebolag" does. By definition, you have to be incorporated and have shares to be on the stock exchange, therefore "company" is fine, you don't have to use "corporation". See links for more info. Hope that helps!