Evaluating projects with unequal lives Savory Seafood is a U.S. firm that wants to expand its business internationally. It is considering potential projects in both Spain and Thailand, and the Spanish project is expected to take six years, whereas the Thal project is expected to take only three years. However, the firm plans to repeat the Thal project after three years. These projects are mutually exclusive, so Savory Seafood’s CFO plans to use the replacement chain approach to analyze both projects. The expected cash flows for both projects follow: Project: Spanish Year 0: -$975,000 Year 1: $350,000 Year 2: $370,000 Year 3: $390,000 Year 4: $320,000 Year 5: $115,000 Year 6: $80,000 Thal Project: Year 0: -$425,000 Year 1: Year 2: $175,000 $200,000 $210,000 Year 3: If Savory Seafood’s cost of capital is 13%, what is the NPV of the Spanish project? 5211082 Year 2: $200,000 $210,000 Year 3: If Savory Seafood’s cost of capital is 13%, what is the NPV of the Spanish project? $211,082 $153,514 $172,704 $191,893 Assuming that the Thai project’s cost and annual cash inflows do not change when the project is repeated in three years and that the cost of capital will remain at 13%, what is the NPV of the Thal project, using the replacement chain approach? $65,088 $56,952 $48,816 O $54,240 Grade It
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