Joint Ventures – An Alternative and Efficient Form of Economic Organisation
AbstractThe joint ventures are now a quite often used form of organization for some economic activities, which make them mutually beneficial. They are based on the joint venture contract. This form of organization does not require registration and association formalities, detemines no new legal person, being a flexible contract, negotiated and agreed by the parts of the contract. These parts (individuals / entities) may estabish any kind of rules to determine their mutual rights and obligations. The size of the benefit or the loss that are generated of the outgoing of the joint activity is determined in percentage or due to the contribution of each partner in this contract.
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Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (October)
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Association; venture; joint venture; contribution rate; association statement;
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