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Hi,
I am trying to evaluate a project that it's been already started. The CAPEX, of 200, was invested in the previous 3 years and 70% of the amount was financed (at 7% interest).
the discount rate I have used for the project (prior finance) was 12%.
what is the best way to calculate the present value including the finance?

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Thank you for your query. Have you calculated an IRR? 12p sounds too high a rate, in my opinion, but, not knowing what the project is about, am just speculating.  Any cost - benefit analysis model will be ok to calculate the Net Present Value or the IRR.

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