Creating and Managing International Joint Ventures

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11. Legal matters:
a. relevant local laws, regulations, and policies;
b. governmental approvals required;
c. articles and bylaws of incorporation;
d. anti-trust considerations;
e. tax laws and considerations;
f. selection of legal counsel;
g. use of courts of host country.

Source: UNCTC ( 1987)


REFERENCES

Beamish P. W. ( 1985), "The Characteristics of Joint Ventures in Developed and Developing Countries", Columbia Journal of World Business, 20 (3), 39-46.

Beamish P. W., and J. C. Banks ( 1987), "Equity Joint Ventures and the Theory of the Multinational Enterprise", Journal of International Business Studies, 18 (2), 22-27.

Connolly S. G. ( 1984), "Joint Ventures with Third World Multinationals: A New Form of Entry to international Markets", Columbia Journal of World Business, 19 (2), 13-19.

Contractor F. J. ( 1984), "Strategies for Structuring Joint Ventures: A Negotiations Planning Paradigm", Columbia Journal of World Business, 19 (2), 81-88.

Contractor F. J., and P. P. Lorange ( 1988), "Competition vs. Cooperation: A Benefit/Cost Framework for Choosing Between Fully-Owned Investments and Cooperative Relationships", Management International Review, Special Issue, 28, 127-136.

Dunning J. H., and J. Cantwell ( 1982), "Joint Ventures and Non-Equity Involvement by British Firms with Particular Reference to Developing Countries: An Exploratory Study", University of Reading Discussion Papers in International Investment and Business Studies, No. 63.

Friedman W., and G. Kalmanoff, ( 1961), Joint International Business Ventures, New York and London: Columbia University Press.

Hamel G., Y. L. Doz, and C. K. Prahalad ( 1989), "Collaborate with Your Competitors--and Win", Harvard Business Review (Jan-Feb), 87-93.

Hamill J. ( 1988), "British Acquisitions in the US", National Westminster Bank Quarterly Review (August), 4-11.

Harrigan K. R. ( 1984), "Joint Ventures and Global Strategies", Columbia Journal of World Business 19 (2), (Summer), 76-79.

----- ( 1985), Strategies for Joint Ventures, Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, D.C. Heath & Co.

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