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joint venture

Medical practice An arrangement in which physicians own the health care facility to which they refer Pts for services, but do not themselves practice medicine. See Kickback, Safe harbor.
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Asymmetric information and joint venture performance: theory and evidence from domestic and international joint ventures.
Additionally, the firm's Innkeepers joint venture has completed its non-core hotel disposition strategy with the sale of the last of its 13, non-core hotels last week.
The follow-up by telephone interviews identified the names of the joint ventures, enabling the elimination of any duplicate reporting of joint ventures.
The Chinese joint venture represents another major step for Cathay to develop assets-management business as its third core operation, following insurance and banking.
Under the current agreement, in exchange for taking over the Xianyang joint venture, Agrana will give up its stake in the Yongji joint venture and sell it to Yantai for EUR 7 million.
The Probe Mines 2006 exploration program will include drilling on the Double Eagle (a joint venture with Noront Resources Inc.) as a follow-up aimed at conductors along strike from known mineralization from Spider's McFauld's property and Probe's Tamarack property, says Fiona Child, Probe Mines corporate communications manager.
Under the joint venture Master Agreement, Schnitzer has received:
Joint ventures are also a favored investment vehicle where foreign laws limit foreign ownership or control over local businesses, and where two entities with different strengths join forces to enter a new market or start a new line of business.
David's addressed a whole-hospital joint venture, it 'also raises a question as to ancillary joint ventures between for-profit and nonprofit entities.
This designation of joint ventures as a poorly performing entry mode is not isolated to these reviews.
At long last, specialists have agreed upon two model contracts for international joint ventures. Legal experts from a Geneva law firm who provided the initial drafts describe their features.
Marta Lomas, Minister for Foreign Investment and Economic Cooperation, said Cuban Government-operated companies established 24 joint ventures in 2001 (announced/committed direct foreign investment of US$400 million), vs.

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