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dhpl is the firm situated in faridabad,its ending year on 31st march 2009 ,1000million asset base rs.650 million & the net profit of the company was 76 milloin the managmnt of the company wants to improve profitability further the required rate of return 14% continue to invstment proposaloneis to expand the manufacturing capacity the estimation cost of tool equipment is rs.250million its expected to have end life 10 yrs & net cash inflow could be rs.45million & remaining two years 30million per annum ,remaining can sold for rs.55million at the end of the economic
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