Similarly, the process whereby a merger is generally reviewed in advance should be extended to unincorporated joint ventures
which are typically challenged only after they have been in operation for several years.
could enter into an unincorporated joint venture
known as gyomu teikei (or business tie-up), a common practice among Japanese companies.
The Chicharron Project was previously held through an unincorporated joint venture
arrangement between Industrias Argentum SAS, a Colombian company, and a Colombian branch office of a subsidiary of Gran Colombia Gold Corp.
The North East precision engineering firm, which represents the UK arm of the Engineering Materials group within Esterline Technologies Corporation, will join forces with Efinor to form EDEL, an unincorporated joint venture
aiming to seize opportunities to develop, supply and service liners and similar installations arising from forthcoming nuclear power plant build projects in the UK.
- 60-percent interest owned by the company in the Boracay Gateway project, the unincorporated joint venture
between the company and Akean Resorts Corp.
"The result of the meeting was a remote chance that 21 years from now the BIR would get back and rule that the transaction was an 'unincorporated joint venture
', and we both would be subject to higher taxes and penalties-though remote," said Panlilio.
In July 2010, Baobab entered into an unincorporated Joint Venture
with Southern Iron.
The franchise has been put together as an unincorporated joint venture
consortium (UJC), which means that it is only an agreement between the parties concerned.
On closing of the transaction, Iamgold and Sumitomo will form an unincorporated joint venture
with respect to the CA'tA(c) Gold Project, and will enter into a definitive joint venture agreement.