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co-operative

noun An organisation whose members share purchasing clout, resources or other materials.
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His manager said in a statement: "CJ is obviously very pleased with the result of today's hearing, and will continue to co-operate with the Dutch authorities until this matter is finally concluded.
"The parliamentary financial and economic affairs committee will co-operate positively and responsibly with the government in discussing the state budget," the chairman said.
She reported the incident to police but the man refused to co-operate with officers and is threatening to shoot himself.
Clr Peter McBride, Cabinet Member for Investment and Regeneration, said: "Mr Punshon has made his view clear that we have not done enough to satisfy the duty to co-operate with neighbouring councils.
Under the agreement, both parties have agreed to co-operate on mutual banking industry activities, including the exchange of information about policies and procedures they follow, conducting workshops, as well as launching training programs.
A UK judge has criticised Barclays Bank (LSE: BARC) for failing to co-operate during the failed prosecution of a supervisor who is accused of robbing a pensioner.
"We co-operate wherever there is room to co-operate.
"We are co-operating with the relevant authorities and will co-operate with other organisations that have been similarly affected by such criminal acts," HSBC said.
AN aide to Mohamed Bin Hammam, the former Fifa presidential candidate, has been suspended by Fifa's ethics committee for allegedly failing to co-operate with an ongoing investigation.
Abdessalem said that Tunisia was ready to co-operate with Turkey in all fields and eager to increase their mutual trade volume.
LIBYAN authorities have agreed to co-operate with Scottish prosecutors and police investigating the Lockerbie bombing, the Foreign Office said.
Mr Hague said the leader of the National Transitional Council had pledged to "co-operate fully" with the British authorities.