Economics
posted by Godfred .
When state owned enterprises are sold, how should thier value be established? should it be based on
The cost of the assets in place?
The past earning power of the enterprise?
The future earning power of the enterprises?
Explain the above options and their relative advantages and disadvantages of thier selection

Economics 
SraJMcGin
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Sra 
Economics 
eric
Present earning by using annuity value and net present value
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