Compare solvency of the two company, Financial Accounting

$in million Pepsi Coca cola

Net cash provided by operating activities $6,796 $8,186

Average current liability 8,772 13,355

Average total liability 22,909 21,491

Net income 5,979 6,906

Sales revenue 43,232 30,990

Capital expenditure 2,128 1,993

Dividends paid 2,732 3,800

Using the cash based measures presented in the chapter compare A) Liquidity and B) Solvency of the two company


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