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William M. Pride + 2 others
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Textbook Problem

In what ways are joint ventures and syndicates alike? In what ways do they differ?

Summary Introduction

To determine: The ways in which joint venture and a syndicate are similar and dissimilar.

Introduction: A joint venture is a brief business organization between at least two people or an association for profit without framing a lasting organization, company, or different business entity. A syndicate is a gathering of providers or guarantors that meet up to share or take an interest in a particular loan or venture.

Explanation

The ways in which joint venture and a syndicate are similar and dissimilar are as follows:

Both joint ventures and syndicates are framed to accomplish a particular objective or reason...

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