Discussion Question 2

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Patrick Hill Discussion Question #2 Read about Arthur the tenant and Sheldon the landlord on p. 26 of the textbook. If you owned a government-subsidized building whose contract was about to expire, what would you do? Would you sell your building or sign up again for the government subsidies? I would not sell the building and apply for the government subsidies again. The opportunity to
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Unformatted text preview: sell the building is a lot more risky to the reputation of the company. The company/partnership could lose a lot of business if I was to sell the building. Also, applying for government subsidies would be a more stable source future cash flow that could prove to be better than selling the building now. I would sign up for government subsidies....
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