long-term supermarket projects, Financial Management

Here is currently making investment appraisals of two potential long-term supermarket projects, A and B. Both projects needs the similar initial investment of £20m. The following ratios have been calculated for the projects.

    Ratios                                                    Project A    Project B

    Payback period (years)                                5              6
    Accounting Rate of Return (ARR %)              15            18
    Net Present Value (NPV £m in 15 years)       120           145
    Internal Rate of Return (IRR %)                  16             14
    
You are needed to give recommendations to the directors for a choice of either project A or project B. Here is not able to undertake the above two projects at the same time or a mixed project of A and B.

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