March 2012
Ekev Academic Review;bahar2012, Vol. 16 Issue 51, p411
Academic Journal
In the article, the main characteristics of market relations in the light of the recent global economic events have been discussed. The article puts forward all the factors justifying the activities of joint enterprises. The author has analyzed the speed of current development activity of the joint enterprises in Azerbaijan and Turkey, as well as the common areas of activity in various fields of economy, and has looked into the factors affecting the activity of joint enterprises. The author has proposed increasing the number of joint enterprises in the regions of Azerbaijan in accordance with the priorities of the economic development of the country. The necessity of establishing of joint ventures in the areas of agriculture, manufacturing, healthcare, tourism etc. has been stated. Some recommendations regarding the promotion and further expansion of activities of joint ventures in various areas of the economy have been made.


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