The joint venture consortium will be known as CSR E-loco Supply and CSR will hold 70% stake in it and the remaining will be owned by local partner Matsetse Basadi.
What does JVC stand for?
JVC stands for Joint Venture Consortium (venture funding)
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We have 46 other meanings of JVC in our Acronym Attic
- Japan International Volunteer Center
- Japan Victor Company
- Jesuit Volunteer Corps
- Jet Vane Control (directs VLS-launched missiles)
- Jewelers Vigilance Committee
- Jewish Volunteer Connection (various locations)
- Jitter Virtual Clock
- JLIP Video Capture
- Joint Value Creation
- Joint Venture Company
- Victor Company of Japan (or Japan's Victor Company)
- Justified by Virtue of Creativity for Obvious Reasons Concerning Entertainment (hip hop)
- Jackson-Vinton Community Action, Inc. (Ohio)
- Japan Venture Capital Association
- Japan Visual Copyright Association
- Japan Volunteer Coordinators Association
- Jette Volley Club Anderlecht
- Jewellers Vigilance Canada
- Joint Venture Contractual Agreement
Samples in periodicals archive:
DIAL is a joint venture consortium in which the GMR group holds 54 percent, Airports Authority of India (AAI) 26 percent, Frankfurt and Malaysian airports 10 percent each.
The terminal will be built by a joint venture consortium between Arabtec, Turkey's TAV Construction and Greece's Consolidated Contractors Co.
Grupo Unidos por el Canal a joint venture consortium of Impregilo of Italy, Sacyr Vallehermoso of Spain, Jan de Nul Group of Belgium and Constructora Urbana of Panama was awarded the design and build contract.
The deals were signed with the joint venture consortium of Maire Tecnimont of Italy and Samsung Engineering of South Korea, on a lump sum turnkey basis.
255 billion for the construction of two Borstar enhanced polyethylene and two Borstar enhanced polypropylene units, as well as a contract worth $400 million for the construction of a 350,000 tonnes per year low density polyethylene (LDPE) unit, was awarded to the joint venture consortium Tecnimont of Italy and Samsung Engineering of South Korea, on a lump sum turnkey basis.
The franchise has been put together as an unincorporated joint venture consortium (UJC), which means that it is only an agreement between the parties concerned.
Sabic's Sharq Petrochemical Company in Jubail is a 50/50 joint venture with a consortium of Japanese companies led by Mitsubishi Corporation; its Ar-Razi methanol subsidiary, also in Jubail, is another 50/50 Sabic joint venture consortium led by Mitsubishi.