Venture Investing and the Role of Financial Advisors
- Difficulties in Establishing Joint Ventures in Eastern Europe. Gabrisch, Hubert // Eastern European Economics;Summer93, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p19
Discusses difficulties in establishing joint ventures in Eastern Europe. Trends in joint ventures; Distribution of direct investments by country; Grounds for international investment decisions; Motives of international direct investment and joint ventures; Problems of investments in the...
- Direct Investment in China: A cautionary perspective. Buchanan, Gregg // Ivey Business Journal;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 67 Issue 1, p1
Analyzes the joint venture between RIL, a private Canadian investment firm, with a Village and Township Enterprise in Shanghai, China, an example of a direct investment. Business details of the venture; Issues surrounding the operations of the joint venture; Business opportunities in China.
- Tobin's q, agency conflicts, and differential wealth effects of international joint ventures. Jae Hoon Min; Prather, Larry J. // Global Finance Journal;2001, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p267
Examines the impact of effects of international joint ventures on shareholder wealth in United States. Determinant of a positive stock price; Biases in firm-specific characteristics; Advantages and disadvantages in government partnerships.
- The stock return effect of political risk event on foreign joint ventures: evidence from the Tiananmen Square Incident. Ma, Yulong; Sun, Huey-Lian; Tang, Alex P. // Global Finance Journal;May2003, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p49
This study examines how political risk events affect the value of foreign investing firms. A unique event, the Tiananmen Square Incident, is selected to examine this issue because we believe this incident exacerbated the political risk of doing business in China. We examine the impact of the...
- Joint ventures in China face new rules of the game. de Bruijn, Erik J.; Jia, Xianfeng // Research Technology Management;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p48
Looks at problems and prospects for foreign joint ventures in China. Growth in foreign investment; Economic developments; Industrial developments; Cultural developments; Government regulations; Formula for success as a joint venture in China.
- In the china shop. Plotkin, Hal // Inc.;Sep93, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p108
Surveys a number of US companies successfully doing business in China. Example of Conveyant Systems, based in Irvine, Calif.; Doing business in China through joint ventures; Numbers of Chinese businesses authorized to deal with foreigners; Market niches; Currency exchange; Guangzhou Trade Fair,...
- Inward Investment To Remain Patchy. // Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 2;Sep2003, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p2
Singapore will continue to suffer from a dearth of inward direct investment during the second half of 2003. Foreign companies will remain skeptical about setting up new subsidiaries and branch plants on the island-state. Similarly, joint ventures and foreign takeovers of local companies will...
- A Star Reborn. Balasubramanyam, K. R. // Business Today;2/6/2011, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p136
The article focuses on the investment of actor Muhammed Kutty also known as Mammootty in a 35-bed birthing hospital in Bangalore, India which is a joint venture between Dulquer Salman and Mohammed Rehan Sayeed.
- Gauging investor satisfaction. Stelzer, Leigh; Chunguang, Ma // China Business Review;Nov/Dec92, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p54
Discusses the results of a survey on the satisfaction of American joint ventures with business in China. Average rate of return; Factors that affect the success of joint ventures in China; Chinese regions that provide the biggest profits for American joint ventures.