On the investment attractiveness of the business
What is investment attractiveness? What company can be called investment-attractive, and in what properties is it expressed? Questions are not idle, but not “binomial Newton”, of course.
Imagine two trays on the market. One sells diapers, the other snickers, well, or two stalls selling “shawarma”. Both trays from a legal point of view – Limited liability companies. Which tray / stall is the most attractive from an investment point of view? The one who has the “counter” more or more beautiful saleswoman? Nah Continue reading
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