2 edition of Joint ventures in Eastern Europe: a three-country comparison found in the catalog.
Joint ventures in Eastern Europe: a three-country comparison
Carl H. McMillan
|Contributions||St. Charles, D.P., Canadian Economic Policy Committee, C.D. Howe Research Institute|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 97 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||97|
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Get this from a library. Joint ventures in Eastern Europe: a three-country comparison. [Carl H McMillan; D P St Charles; Canadian Economic Policy Committee.]. Part of the Trade Policy Research Centre book series (TPRC) Abstract. By The Potential for Joint Ventures in Eastern Europe, New York, Praeger,p.
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subcontracting of labour intensive production to Easlarn Europe by multinationals, and 'joint ventures' with equity participation for Western capital (legalized in Yugoslavia, Romania and Hungary) were just some of the techniques that were evolved to facilitate trade.
Similarly the problems of finance and credit generated by the expansion. The consequence is felt in Eastern Europe, where foreign direct investment has assumed the limited form of joint ventures and has proceeded slowly.
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a new company is set up with parties owning a proportion of the new business. There are five common objectives in a joint venture: market entry, risk/reward sharing, technology sharing and joint product development, and conforming to government regulations.
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Although joint ventures and stock options are often used to expand the company, the entity is always centrally owned. This is what ties the company together. Although the operations may be located in different countries, the company is one company because of the ownership (Hodgetts and Luthans, ).
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