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Joint ventures and other financing techniques in Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Romania

Joint ventures and other financing techniques in Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Romania

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Published by Practising Law Institute in New York, N.Y. (810 7th Ave., New York 10019) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe, Eastern.
    • Subjects:
    • Joint ventures -- Law and legislation -- Europe, Eastern.,
    • Business enterprises, Foreign -- Europe, Eastern.,
    • Privatization -- Europe, Eastern.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementchairman, Monte E. Wetzler.
      SeriesCommercial law and practice course handbook series ;, no. 613
      ContributionsWetzler, Monte E., 1936-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKJC2446 .J64 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination176 p. ;
      Number of Pages176
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1746352M
      LC Control Number92060121

      Romania Mona Musat Musat & Asociatii Bucharest, Romania Introduction Although joint ventures had not been formally repealed as legal instruments, from an economic perspective, such business methods had been banned and forgotten for almost forty-five years, until the fall of the communist regime in The early s marked a turn-. Foreign Investment and Restructuring: The Evidence from Hungary Bartlomiej Kaminski */ and Michelle Riboud **/ Draft revised: August 2, Summary Hungary is a unique case for studying impacts of FDI. For starters, the level of penetration of its economy by foreign economy is enormous. Most firms accounting for the bulk of sales in.

      Even before the repudiation of communism, Hungary sought to enter joint ventures with Western countries. By the end of , Hungary had attracted $15 billion in foreign direct investment. Since , Hungary has attracted nearly one-third of all foreign direct . German rearmament (Aufrüstung, German pronunciation: [ˈaʊ̯fˌʀʏstʊŋ]) was a policy and practice of rearmament carried out in Germany during the interwar period (–), in violation of the Treaty of began on a small, secret, and informal basis shortly after the treaty was signed, but it was openly and massively expanded after the Nazi Party came to power in

      Liberty Global to Sell Operations in Germany, Hungary, Romania and the Czech Republic to Vodafone Enterprise value of € billion ($ billion) on a U.S. GAAP basis 1 (€ billion on an. They had been preceded by a skillfully conceived campaign designed to promote civil disobedience in the Czechoslovak State. Using the techniques they had already developed in other uncontested ventures underhandedly, the Nazi conspirators over a period of years used money, propaganda, and force to undermine Czechoslovakia.


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Joint ventures and other financing techniques in Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Romania. [Monte E Wetzler;] Joint ventures and other financing techniques in Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Romania. New York, N.Y. ( 7th Ave., New York ): Practising Law Institute, © in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania during the ™s.

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companies sell their products and services worldwide. Joint Ventures in the USSR, Czechoslovakia and Poland Georgios N. Boukaouris *t I. INTRODUCTION it is beyond doubt that international trade has undergone tremendous development.

It now is a dominant factor in international economic cooperation regardless Cited by: 1. Bucharest, Romania Introduction Although joint ventures were not formally repealed as legal instruments in Romania, they were banned for almost forty-five years, until the fall of the Communist regime in The early s marked the re-establishment of democracy, thus creating favorable conditions for reverting to joint ventures.

Czechoslovakia is not now interested in joint ventures with U.S. firms, 4. The following rule-of-thumb can be summarized for Western enterprise seeking joint ventures with the selected socialist countries.

In a production process characterized by a relatively low capital-labor ratio, Yugoslavia and Romania offer the best opportunities. Joint ventures are less popular as a legal entity.

There is no specific legislation regulating joint ventures in the Czech Republic and there is no such legal term in Czech corporate law, though the law allows for the setting up and operation of various joint venture schemes and structures such as contractual joint ventures and equity joint.

The flow of FDI into Eastern Europe has been directed largely at the ‘frontline’ states (Millar, ) of Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic (Ivanov, ).

This FDI can take the form of building on greenfield sites, acquisitions, joint ventures or other types of non-equity by: 1.

OMIST, Feb. 16,at 54 (identifying Poland, Hungary, and the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic (CSFR) as the recipients of the majority of investments in the re-gion, due to their political stability and genuine commitment to economic reform).

Forming a High Technology Joint Venture in Hungary Tina M. Rinehart Tina M. Rinehart,Forming a High Technology Joint Venture in Hungary, 11Santa Clara High Tech. L.J (). Romania to the East and the Ukraine, Poland, and the Czech and Slovak Republics to the North.

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Something along these lines has been used or is under consideration in a number of transition economies, including the former Czechoslovakia, Russia, Poland, Romania, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia. It is the subject of widening discussion as an option in other developing countries, such as Tanzania and Uganda.

Full text of "Cross-border investing: the case of Central and Eastern Europe" See other formats. The Joint Venture Association has been established in initially as a club, then gradually developed itself to become an association, earlier foremost to represent, protect and exert by all legal means the specific interests of partly or wholly foreign-owned companies registered in Hungary, based on voluntary membership, as a politically.

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It has rarely been disputed that the evolution of these ventures has followed a rather distinct development path during the s and s Hagedoorn and Sadowski, Cited by: 8. Slovakia shares boundaries with Poland on the n, Ukraine on the e, Hungary on the s, and Austria and the Czech Republic on the w, and has a total boundary length of 1, km ( mi).

Slovakia's capital city, Bratislava, is located on the southwestern border of the country. Income from the Privatisation of State Enterprises 5 CASE Foundation 1: HYPOTHESIS 1: Independently from the privatisation methods used, the direct income obtained by the State budget from the State enterprises’ privatisation, is insignificant and it is of small importance in balancing the budget in Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic.

Institutional investors, owners and developers in real estate joint venture transactions face a raft of complex issues and market challenges as they invest across the United States and Europe. Clients count on Goodwin’s comprehensive understanding of the unique relationships and matters that arise during the lifecycle of real estate joint ventures, from formation concerns to exit rights.

the total exports of Poland, Hungary, and the form er Czechoslovakia in went to the EU (a 50 per cent rise since the collapse of Comecon) and a further per cent went to EFTA economies.tially- or wholly-owned foreign ventures in Hungary.

The Executive President of the Hungarian Joint Venture Association reports that there are currently (Toldy-Osz, July ) approximat companies with foreign participation in Hungary, of wh are estimated to be joint ventures.

However, the break.American countries into the Czech Repub lic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia between and ( firms). The results s howed that the primary motive in 34 per.