What is the difference between “Co., Ltd” and “Ltd”?

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    I think you are asking what is the difference between, Co., Inc., and Ltd. All three are business structures and have specific laws governing them and pros and cons to making your business fall into these categories. Co. (Company) is the easiest type of business to establish and may consist of a single owner or partners. They own the business and are responsible for it. Inc. (Incorporated) means that shareholders own the business rather than a direct owner. You can have a single shareholder, a few shareholders or thousands shareholders that own all the stock/shares (Sam Walton of Walmart). In the U.S there is also LLC (Limited Liability Corporation) which is a mix between a company and an incorporation. Ltd. (Limited) is the British version of Incorporated. It’s called Limited because as a shareholder you liability is limited to the value of your shares. Germany uses AG (Aktiengessellshaft) or GmBH (Gessellshaft not Beshränker Haftung) to denote the incorporation status.

    To make this clear, I’ll first explain about “Co., Ltd” and “Ltd”:

    What is an Ltd?

    A limited company is a private company whose owners are legally responsible for its debts only to the extent of the money they invested. This makes the Company a separate entity. Meaning that your personal assets are more protected. A limited company structure is good for the flexibility of appointing shareholders, employing staff and can be tax efficient.

    A limited company consists of a few basic elements:

    • Company name: the name by which the business will be known to the public and it must be registered with the government
    • Registered office: the physical address of the company
    • Shareholders: the individuals or organizations who own the company

    What is the difference between “Co., Ltd” and “Ltd”?

    There is no difference between Ltd. and Co. Ltd. The main difference lies in the amount of shares that each type of company can issue. A Ltd. company can issue a maximum of 50 million shares, while a Co. Ltd. company can issue a maximum of 5 billion shares.

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    “Ltd” is an abbreviation of Limited. A company that is limited is one where the potential liability for payment of accounts or debts is limited to the extent of assets of the company (such as the buildings, furniture, bank accounts etc.)

    The limited company has shareholders. The shareholders are not personally liable for the company’s debts.

    “Co” at the end of a company name is short for Company” and is merely part of the name that was chosen when the company was registered.

    So you can have a company registered as “Asia Travel Ltd” or “Asia Travel Co. Ltd.”

    U.S. perspective

    The endings “Ltd”, “Inc”, “LLC” and “Co” serve to show, potentially, (a) the company’s limited-liability status and (b) the company’s type of legal entity (generally, corporation or limited liability company).

    For example, in California, where I practice, permissible (though not required) corporate endings specified in Code of Regulations Section 21001[1] include the following:

    (A) Corporation

    (B) Company

    (C) Incorporated

    (D) Incorporation

    (E) Limited

    (F) Corp

    (G) Co

    (H) Inc

    (I) Ltd

    (J) PC

    (K) Professional Corporation

    And limited liability endings (one of which is required) include the following:

    (A) Limited Liability Company

    (B) LLC

    (C) L.L.C.

    (D) The words “Limited” and “Company” in a limited liability company name may also be abbreviated to “Ltd.” and “Co.”, respectively.


    Literally nothing.

    Both are corporate designations to mean a limited liability company — a legal entity whose shareholder liability is restricted to their individual capital contributions to the company’s Capital Account. The company may be privately held (privately owned) or publicly listed (whose shares are traded on the stock exchange).

    Both are established styles to indicate the above — either “Co. Ltd” (Company Limited) or “Ltd” (Limited). The comma in “Co.,” is optional.

    Some companies just choose to use “Co. Ltd” or just “Ltd.”

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    • Monotheism.
    • Abrahmic Religions.
    • Have Faith and Worship God.
    • Believe that God is the Creator of the Universe.
    • Have Holy Scriptures.
    • Have Prophets.
    • Have Moral Codes.
    • Have Worship Places.
    • Believe in the existence of Angels as a creation of God.
    • Consider Jerusalem an Important Holy Site.
    • Followers of these three religions divided themselves into sects on the basis of differences (sometimes very slight) in beliefs and hence practices.


    • Islam:- Jesus (PBUH) was a true Prophet of God born to virgin Mary (PBUH) and not the son of God. Prophets are Human Beings and not divine.
    • Christianity:- Jesus (PBUH) was the son of God born to virgin Mary (PBUH) and an incarnation of God himself.
    • Judaism:- Don’t believe in Jesus (PBUH) prophecy. They don’t consider him to be a true prophet.

    • Islam:- Believe in all the Prophets and that The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is the last Prophet.
    • Christianity:- Believe in all the Biblical Prophets but don’t believe in The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and his Finality.
    • Judaism:- Believe in all the Old Testament’s Prophets but don’t believe in The Prophet Jesus (PBUH) and The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

    • Islam and Judaism:- Strictly monotheist. God is One. Reject trinity.
    • Christianity:- Believe in trinity. “Trinity = God the father + God the son + God the holy spirit.”

    • Islam and Judaism:- There is no concept of original sin.
    • Christianity:- Believe in original sin.

    • Islam:- Jesus (PBUH) wasn’t crucified nor he died but ascended bodily to Heaven.
    • Christianity and Judaism:- Believe in crucifixion of Jesus (PBUH).

    • Islam:- Believe that The Torah and The Gospel are Holy Scriptures but the present day Old and New Testaments’ messages have been corrupted by humans. Believe in The Holy Quran.
    • Judaism:- Believe in The Tanakh/Hebrew Bible (The Torah = Old Testament) but don’t believe in the New Testament and The Holy Quran.
    • Christianity:- Believe in The Bible (Old and New Testaments) but don’t believe in The Holy Quran.

    • Islam:- Believe in Jinn (made of Fire) as a creation of God.
    • Christianity and Judaism:- Don’t believe in Jinn.

    • Islam and Judaism:- Believe that The Messiah will come in future.
    • Christianity:- believe that The Prophet Jesus (PBUH) was The Messiah.

    • Islam:- Don’t believe in the resurrection of Jesus (PBUH) because he didn’t die.
    • Judaism:- Don’t believe in the resurrection of Jesus (PBUH) because they don’t believe him to be a Prophet of God.
    • Christianity:- Believe in the resurrection of The Prophet Jesus (PBUH).

    • Islam and Christianity:- Believe in the second coming of The Prophet Jesus (PBUH).
    • Judaism:- Don’t Believe in the second coming of The Prophet Jesus (PBUH) because they don’t consider him to be a Prophet.

    • Islam:- View and respect Christians and Jews as “People of the Book” ( but “People of the Book” who have wrong beliefs, partial and corrupted revelations)
    • Christianity:- View Islam as a monotheistic but false religion because they don’t believe in The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and his Prophecy. View Judaism as a true religion but with incomplete revelations.
    • Judaism:- Believe both religions are false interpretations and expansions of Judaism.

    • Islam:- The consumption of pork and alcohol is prohibited under normal circumstances. Halal animals have to be slaughtered following a prescribed method called “Dhabihah”.
    • Judaism:- Have a set of jewish dietary laws (kashurat) comprising of permitted and forbidden animals such as pork, separation of meat and milk etc… Mammals and birds are slaughtered according to a process known as “Shechita”.
    • Christianity:- Have no religious dietary laws or at least in mainstream there aren’t restriction on the kinds of animals that can be eaten or not.

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    • Islam:- Friday.
    • Judaism:- Saturday.
    • Christianity:- Sunday.

    • Islam:- All the Sacred Scriptures are in the original language Arabic but translation is available in different languages. All practices are performed in Arabic.
    • Christianity:- The Bible is available in different languages and all practices are done in the regional language.
    • Judaism:- Hebrew.

    • Islam:- Muslims believe in the same God, of all the Prophets Adam, Ayub (Job), Dawud (David), Harun (Aaron), Hud (Eber), Ibrahim (Abraham), Idris (Enoch), Ilyas (Elias), Isa (Jesus), Ishaq (Isaac), Ismail (Ishmael), Lut (Lot), Musa (Moses), Nuh (Noah), Saleh, Shu’ayb, Sulayman (Solomon), Yahya (John the Baptist), Yusuf (Joseph), Yaqub (Jacob), Yunus (Jonah), Zakariyya (Zechariah), Muhammad, etc… (PBUT) revealed in The Torah, The Gospel and The Psalms, whose Arabic name is Allah.
    • Christianity:- Trinity = God the father + God the son + God the holy spirit.
    • Judaism:- Yahweh

    The three religions differ in religious practices and holidays.

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    Co. is short for company, and Ltd. is short for limited. What is “limited” is the financial liability of the company, its shareholders and board. In essence, there is no difference between Co., Ltd. and Ltd. These days, I believe, we are more likely to see plc.

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    The difference between via and through can be seen in these two sample sentences.

    • I drove home via the grocery store.
    • I drove home through the grocery store.

    Via means by way of.

    Through means, to move in one side and out the other.

    I think everyone involved would appreciate it if we chose to drive home via the grocery store.

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