Incorporated joint venture

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Incorporated joint venture

A joint venture in which legal entities are established to divide the project's equity by shareholdings in a company.
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Incorporated Joint Venture

A joint venture in which the companies involved create a separate corporation and divide its shares between themselves as an equitable way to distribute income from the joint venture.
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Financing may be through equity contributions often involving incorporated joint ventures. Participants in such joint ventures may include the Operators and Master Developers.
"Turning family-owned businesses into incorporated joint ventures increases the overall effectiveness of the economy, and has a positive impact on the local economy as a result of developing standards and controls for family-owned businesses, which represents a real added value to the national economy." Highlighting that state has allocated a huge budget on infrastructure, education, youth and healthcare projects, whose total value is expected to reach about $200bn over the next decade, Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim said private companies had an important role to play in the process of the economic growth.

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