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  • Generali board members also clashed over the last eight weeks on the financial terms of a long-term joint-venture the insurer has with Czech-based PPF Investments, a company that allowed the Italian insurer to succesfully boost its operations in Central and Eastern Europe.

    Generali Chairman Resigns

  • As a part of the company's strategy to build China as its biggest non-U.S. market, it completed an agreement with Maxim's Caterers Ltd, its long-term joint-venture partner,to acquire full ownership of its retail operations in Central, South and Western China.

  • Ralph Topping, the bookmaker's chief executive, has flown to Israel in a bid to restore order to a key part of its William Hill Online WHO joint-venture, which is 71pc owned by the bookie and 29pc by software group Playtech.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • That partly depends on the outcome of a tricky negotiation with Constellation Energy Group, which wants to exercise a $2 billion put option that would require its French nuclear joint-venture partner to buy 11 coal-fired power stations.

    EDF's Expensive U.S. Nuclear Option

  • The project has faced a string of challenges, and Constellation's relationship with the French power giant has been souring over a disputed clause in the two companies 'joint-venture deal to operate several existing U.S. nuclear plants.

    Constellation Energy Nuclear Project Snags

  • BHP has in recent years pursued a series of failed merger and joint-venture attempts.

    BHP's Bid Faces Regional Setback

  • One company, Knauf Plasterboard Tianjin Co., a Chinese-German joint-venture, has agreed to pay for 300 home repairs.

    Beijing Plans to Boost Product-Safety Rules

  • Its bread-and-butter business is a U.K. online betting exchange, and it has a joint-venture for a betting exchange in Australia.

    Betfair Shares Soar After IPO

  • PLC, on Monday said it has signed a joint-venture agreement with Oxford Properties — the real-estate arm of the Omers Worldwide Group of Cos., one of Canada's largest pension funds — to develop the Leadenhall Building, dubbed the "cheese grater" because of its tapered design.

    Financial Briefing Book: Oct. 26

  • The entire development financing is being provided by the joint-venture partners, also with no bank financing involved.

    U.K. Builders Woo Cash-Rich Partners

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