Joint venture companies

The majority of equity joint ventures tend to use a corporate vehicle whose share capital is divided between the parties to the joint venture. This note addresses some key legal issues and documentation relating to these joint venture companies.

Ian Hewitt, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP


 

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