There is one important exception to this rule: Per Se Corporations.
The IRS publishes a list of Per Se Corporations per country. There can be only one choice for this corporation; it was always a corporation, nothing else; this entity will always be a corporation.
In France a Societe a Limitee is a SA; in Canada it would be a company or a corporation. If either name appears in the title of the entity, it would be a corporation.