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Finance & Accounting
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<p>Repulse Travel Pharmaceuticals is a medium sized company based in the UK. It manufactures a range of travel related pharmaceutical products for sale to major supermarket and retail pharmacy chains in the UK. The company has maintained profitability over the years and has been successful in the recent times…

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The product is expected to have an initial cost of £150,000 and will have a life expectancy of five years. The paper provides the recommendation to the company whether it should launch the new product in the market or not. The recommendations are provided after the careful investigation of the...

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