A key requirement is that profit distributions among joint venture partners must be proportional to their equity contribution, unlike a cooperative joint venture (discussed below).
What does CJV stand for?
CJV stands for Cooperative Joint Venture
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 9 other meanings of CJV in our Acronym Attic
- Center for Joint Urban Operations
- Canadian Journal of Urban Research
- Crime and Justice in the United States
- Criminal Justice
- Colton Joint Unified School District (California)
- Carl Justi Vereinigung (German: Carl Justi Association; est. 1989; art history; Institute for Art and Musicology; Technical University of Dresden; Dresden, Germany)
- Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese
- Complete Joint Venture (business relationship)
- Continuing Joint Venture
- Contract Joint Venture
- Core Jitter Virtual Clock
- Continental Journal of Veterinary Science (Nigeria)
- Christen Jonge Vrouwen Federatie (Dutch: Young Women's Christian Federation)
- Canadian Jewish Virtual Museum and Archives (Canada)
- Colorado Jewish Venture Philanthropy Fund
- Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research
- Conventional Josephson Voltage Standard (electricity)
- California Jury Verdicts Weekly (journal)
- Central Jersey Volkswagen Society (Flagtown, NJ)
- Chippenham Johnston-Willis Medical Center (Virginia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Under the terms of the cooperative joint venture, CCTI will build an initial plant with an annual capacity of 1.
On the other hand, with a cooperative joint venture, you may contractually agree on the form and capitalization, and the venture may have a long life or a life limited to a specific project, which is common in cooperative joint-venture agreements to build roads and buildings or to extract natural resources.
Cuomo said the bill will help to attract businesses to New York State, particularly real estate and high technology businesses, venture capital firms, cooperative joint ventures and small businesses typically operated as sole proprietorships.