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15 December 2007 · Article

New Rules under the UKLA to ease restrictions on JVs

The joint venture (JV) structure allows two or more organisations to share capital, technology and human resources in order to create a new entity with which to enter into a related business or new geographic markets. JVs are a popular means for companies to form strategic alliances, and while they may be difficult to manage and susceptible to failure, they can deliver many business benefits.


GREG BROWNLEE, Blake Newport

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