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short form ofincorporated: Automated Document Systems, Inc.
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"inc" in Business English

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uk   us   also inc. UK
→  incl. : They operate two flights a day between London and Lyon for £60 return inc taxes. The Guide costs £8.95 inc. postage and packing.

Inc.adjective [after noun]

uk   us  
abbreviation for Incorporated : used in the US after the name of a company organized as a legal corporation (= a particular type of company): Time Inc. announced it would launch a Greek version of two of its magazines. Developer enthusiasm for Apple Inc. increases before every new product launch.
(Definition of inc from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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