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Joint Venture (JV)

A joint venture (JV) is an agreement between two or more parties to combine their resources in order to carry out a certain objective, such as a new project or any other type of commercial activity. Each partner in a JV is accountable for the venture's gains, losses, and expenses. The venture, however, exists independently of the participants' other commercial ventures.

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