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an organization that operated hospitals in central Texas through a joint venture with a for-profit healthcare company, was entitled to exempt status under Sec.
Setting up a joint venture between a manufacturer and a finance company can be a real boon for a company with large volumes of receivables weighing down its balance sheet.
Goodyear and SRI, which has rights to the Dunlop brand in major world markets, will form four joint venture operating companies, one in North America, one in Europe and two in Japan, and two synergy-focused support ventures based in the U.
NASDAQ: MTCEF) announced today that it entered into a swap agreement with China Great Wall Industry Corporation, Shanghai Branch ("Great Wall-Shanghai") to exchange MTC's proposed 28 percent interest in a planned cellular telephone joint venture project in Shanghai for Great Wall-Shanghai's 50 percent interest in a planned joint venture in the city of Dongguan to provide cellular telephone and paging systems in the Pearl River Delta area of Guangdong Province.
The press release further stated that the joint venture was funded with debt provided by Deutsche Bank, among others, and was non-recourse to Technical Olympic.
98-15, the Service presents two situations in which a hospital forms a joint venture with a taxable organization and analyzes whether the ownership structure, along with a management agreement with the joint venture, allow the hospital to continue to qualify for exemption under Sec.
18 it signed a joint venture contract with Hubei San Gao Telecommunication Technology Development Corporation (Hubei San Gao) to form an equity joint venture company (Hubei PT MTC Communication Development Corporation Ltd.
The ruling deals with a domestic and foreign group forming a joint venture under the following steps: