Approximately how many more years than the U.S. firm would the Japanese firm be willing to wait until the project starts generating cash?

14.28  Consider a project that costs $1 million today but yields no returns for several years. Once the project

becomes productive, it yields $250,000 annually forever. Suppose two firms are examining this project, a Japanese firm with a cost of capital of 7% and a U.S. firm with a cost of capital of 13%. Approximately how many more years than the U.S. firm would the Japanese firm be willing to wait until the project starts generating cash?

a) 14 years

b) 5 years

c) 24 years

d) 3 years

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