International capital budgeting, Accounting Basics

International Capital Budgeting

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1. How does international capital budgeting differ from domestic capital budgeting? Many firms, when assessing international projects, apply a premium to required returns to get an adjusted discount rate that reflects the international risk. Explain by using arguments from the CAPM why this is a poor approach for risk adjustments.

2. Assume that I do not want to spend the time and money to monitor the current owner's expenses. I suggest a deal wherein I get 25% of the gross rather than 50% of the net. Since the net margin is 50%, I argue that my expected return hasn't changed, so the purchase price should be the same as in 1).

a. Is this true? Why or why not?

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