A joint venture (JV) agreement is entered into by a group of persons or companies to do business together or to collaborate on a particular project without losing their individual legal identities. Such an agreement is legally binding and clearly lays down the areas of cooperation and divergence, and makes provisions for profit-sharing and operations. Usually, before entering into such a formal agreement, the parties sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
A JV agreement allows you to do business with another party, while continuing to operate with your individual legal identity. Thus it is considered a low-risk option for sectors in which 100% FDI is allowed. JV agreements have been behind some of the biggest success stories in Indian business, such as Hero Honda, which was a JV between the Japanese Honda and the Indian Hero Motor Corp.
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