- Abandonment Value
- The value of a project or asset if it were immediately liquidated. Also referred to as the liquidation value.
The abandonment value is generally a cash value, or equivalent, associated with an asset. This value is important for companies when analyzing the profitability of particular projects or assets and deciding whether they should be maintained.
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