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joint venture

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjoint venturejoint ventureBBCa business activity begun by two or more people or companies working together joint
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joint ventureUnited Distillers employs around 10,000 people worldwide and, with its joint ventures, an additional 1,500.This joint venture between George Gibson & Co.The decision point is particularly important for joint ventures projects.Grove touted the Pandesic joint venture software as a turnkey solution for businesses seeking to conduct sales over the Internet.Under the joint venture the council will pay nothing, while profits will accrue to Biomass.Some analysts also said that a joint venture with Canon is possible.
From Longman Business Dictionaryjoint venturejoint ventureCOMMERCE a business activity in which two or more companies have invested togetherSaudi Arabian and Japanese officials agreed on a joint venture to build oil refineries in both countries. venture
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