Chapter 18 - Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting...

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Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Decisions 1. Which of the following is not directly related to the cash flow analysis of a foreign investment project? A. foreign royalty payments B. foreign taxes C. foreign exchange rate changes * D. management changes E. demand forecast 2. In a foreign investment analysis, which of the following objectives is most important and relevant? A. to maximize the project cash flows * B. to maximize the parent cash flows C. to maximize the project earnings D. to maximize the overall parent earnings E. to maximize the subsidiary cash flows 3. Which of the following capital budgeting techniques is considered to be superior to other methods? A. the average rate of return B. the payback method * C. the net present value method D. the rule-of-thumb method E. both A and D 4. Many multinational companies use the risk-adjusted discounted rate and increase the discount rate if a project’s risk is . A. lower than normal risk B. the same as normal risk * C. greater than normal risk D. cannot tell E. all of the above 5. In a foreign investment analysis, the certainty-equivalent approach adjusts for risk in the following variable . A. the cost of capital * B. cash flow C. inflation rate D. interest rate E. unemployment rate
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6. The last three phases of a foreign investment analysis are: * A. implementation, control, and post audit B. implementation, control, and the publication of annual financial reports C. implementation, post audit, and planning D. control, post audit, and planning E. control, search for projects, and planning 7. The portfolio theory relies on the following variable(s) . A. risk B. project maturity C. project return * D. both A and C E. both B and C 8. When net present value and internal rate of return produce different answers, net present value is better because: A. the net present value is easier to compute than the internal rate of return B. the primary goal of a firm is to maximize the value of the firm, which coincides with the net present value approach C. the internal rate of return assumes a constant reinvestment rate D. a single project may have more than one internal rate of return * E. all of the above 9. Portfolio theory deals with the selection of investment projects that would. A.
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course FIN 7023 taught by Professor Wald during the Spring '12 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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