CJV

AcronymDefinition
CJVCooperative Joint Venture
CJVChinese, Japanese and Vietnamese
CJVCarl Justi Vereinigung (German: Carl Justi Association; est. 1989; art history; Institute for Art and Musicology; Technical University of Dresden; Dresden, Germany)
CJVComplete Joint Venture (business relationship)
CJVContract Joint Venture
CJVContinuing Joint Venture
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The Coalition for Jewish Values (CJV), the largest rabbinic public policy organization in America, articulates and advocates for public policy positions based upon traditional Jewish thought.
They can take the form of either EJV or CJV. Whether to collaborate with local partners in R&D through an equity-based or a contract-based JV is an important decision, since the two entry modes represent different degrees of control, resource commitment, and risks (Anderson and Gatignon 1986; Hagedoorn 1993).
"The addition of the 153 Series--in conjunction with the suitability of our 133 Series for the JV33, CJV and JV300--puts the Nazdar ink offering in the strongest of positions from which to serve the wide format market," said Martin Burns, global market segment Manager--digital solvent and aqueous at Nazdar Ink Technologies.
At the same time we were taking control of our own destiny and mapping out our future, the Province of Ontario was unveiling its plan for forest tenure reform, something I envisioned our CJV playing a leadership role in.
Engineering, procurement and construction services provider Chiyoda Corporation (TOKYO:6366) reported on Monday that its joint venture CJV has been awarded the preparation and supply of the Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) contract for the Arrow LNG Plant Project.
The Target Company will own an indirect interest of 80% in the proposed CJV which will be established to develop the Gold Mine and to conduct mining, processing, production and sale of gold to be extracted from the Gold Mine.
The Wadi Dayqah dam project is the result of a joint venture (CJV) of Consolidated Contractors Company Oman LLC (CCC) and VINCI Construction of France, under the supervision of a joint venture group of consultants: Black and Veatch of UK, Su-Yapi of Turkey and National Engineering Services, Pakistan.
Direct foreign investment into the People's Republic of China ("PRC") is generally carried out through the establishment of a Sino-foreign joint venture (either an equity joint venture ("EJV") or a cooperative joint venture ("CJV") or a wholly foreign-owned enterprise ("WFOE") (such vehicles are collectively referred to as "foreign investment enterprises," or "FIEs").
CJV development offers particularly rich opportunities to observe rule making and rule following since partners must reconcile the dominant and accepted rules of operation of at least two organizations (Doz, 1996).
Three FDI entry modes in China are equity joint ventures (EJV), contractual joint ventures (CJV) and wholly foreign-owned enterprises (WFOE).