Listed companies refer to companies that are registered to disclose stocks on the stock market so that stocks can be freely traded. It's called Initial Public Offering (IPO). Because the big companies we commonly know are "listed," we can buy shares in them

1.To raise funds for unlisted companies, raise funds by paying loan interest to the bank with assets (land, buildings, patent shares, etc.) (borrowing money from the bank and paying interest until it is paid back later)
2. Listed companies will have less interest burden, right? The company's credit increases, issuing corporate bonds is easy, and you can easily attract investment funds from numerous investors