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There are many ways to determine or asses the
value of a company, which can either way subjective or objective. Valuing a
company may start with the evaluation of the company assets in the balance
sheet. For example, determining the value of the property, plants and equipment
owned to its current value and the future contribution of this to the operation
of the company is a subjective way of valuing the company. Another, is to
consider the net profit and expenses in measuring the company’s worth is an
objective way to determine the company’s value.
In valuing a company may include a lot of ways
other than the above mention, it depends on the type of industry it belongs, it
only depends on how you think the business is worth and the criteria you want
to base it with.
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Oct 15th, 2015
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