Khaitan advises Meidensha regarding joint venture arrangements with Prime Electric
Khaitan & Co has advised Meidensha Corporation in relation to formation of joint venture arrangements between Meidensha Corporation and Prime Electric through the acquisition of a minority stake of 23 per cent in Prime Electric by Meidensha Corporation.
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