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When company managers decide which assets to invest in, the value that matters is: (Points : 1) the personal value the manager assigns to the asset. the economic value (i.e., the
value of the economic benefits the asset will produce). the seller s asking price. the value assigned by an appraiser
When company managers decide which assets to invest in, the value that matters is: the economic value (i.e., the value of the economic benefits the asset will produce).
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