STUDY OF JOINT VENTURES
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1.1 What is joint venture
1.2 Reason for joint ventures
1.3 Joint venture vs partnership
2. How to get a JV started
2.1 Government approvals
2.2 Joint venture agreements
3. Nature of Joint Ventures
3.1 Equity JV
3.2 Contractual JV
3.3 Planning Joint Ventures
3.4 Reason for dissolving joint ventures
3.5 Why JV
3.6 Joint Venture technology
3.7 Global competition-1st move Competition under strategic Interdependence
4. Advantages of Joint ventures
5. Disadvantages of Joint Ventures
6. Case study of JV in power Sector
Every business aims to commence its activities in the foreign market. The foreign market provides with both opportunities and risks. Therefore some prefer to enter in to strategic relationships and one such is the Joint Ventures
What is a Joint Venture?
Joint Venture companies are the most preferred form of corporate entities for Doing Business in India. There are no separate laws for joint ventures in India. The companies incorporated in India, even with up to 100% foreign equity, are treated the same as domestic companies. A Joint Venture may be any of the business entities available in India.
A typical Joint Venture is where:
1. Two parties, (individuals or companies), incorporate a company in India. Business of one party is transferred to the company and as consideration for such transfer, shares are issued by the company and subscribed by that party. The other party subscribes for the shares in cash.
2. The above two parties subscribe to the shares of the joint venture company in agreed proportion, in cash, and start a new business.
3. Promoter shareholder of an existing Indian company and a third party, who/which may be individual/company, one of them non-resident or both residents, collaborate to jointly carry on...