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cooperative movement Line breaks: co|opera|tive move|ment

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Definition of cooperative movement in English:

noun

A movement originating in the industrial areas of northern England and Scotland in the late 18th century, based on the belief that industries and commercial concerns should be owned and controlled by the people working in them, for joint economic benefit.

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