Valuation of Walmart’s International Business In addition to its stores in the United States, Walmart Stores, Inc., has numerous retail units in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. Consider that the value of Walmart is composed of two parts: a U.S. part (due to business in the United States) and a non-U.S. part (due to business in other countries). Explain how to determine the present value (in dollars) of the non-U.S. part assuming that you had access to all the details of Walmart businesses outside the United States.

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International Financial Management

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Madura
Publisher: Cengage
ISBN: 9780357130698
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International Financial Management

14th Edition
Madura
Publisher: Cengage
ISBN: 9780357130698

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Valuation of Walmart’s International Business In addition to its stores in the United States, Walmart Stores, Inc., has numerous retail units in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. Consider that the value of Walmart is composed of two parts: a U.S. part (due to business in the United States) and a non-U.S. part (due to business in other countries). Explain how to determine the present value (in dollars) of the non-U.S. part assuming that you had access to all the details of Walmart businesses outside the United States.

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