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The most obvious leakage or capital market imperfection affecting the debt and equity choice is: (Points : 1) bankruptcy risk. differential taxation of cash flows between debt and equity. the
obligatory payment of interest and discretionary payment of dividends. the inability of bond rating agencies to perfectly foresee risk.
The most obvious leakage or capital market imperfection affecting the debt and equity choice is: differential taxation of cash flows between debt and [ equity. ]
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