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A consortium is a group of individuals, companies, organizations, or governments that unite to accomplish a mutual objective or goal. These entities collaborate on a specific project, share resources, or pursue a shared interest while retaining their distinct identities and legal statuses.

Consortiums are groups of entities that come together to work towards a common goal. They usually have agreed-upon governance structures, rules and agreements to ensure that members work together effectively and fairly. These agreements can cover issues such as decision-making, resource allocation, intellectual property rights, and dispute resolution. Depending on the specific goals and objectives, consortiums can be either temporary or long-term. They can be an effective way to leverage collective expertise and resources to achieve results that might be difficult to attain individually.

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