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    Title: Discussion on Financial Distress Cases of Taiwan’s High – Speed Railways
    Authors: Yang, Hsuan-Ho
    Contributors: 經營管理學系
    Keywords: interest expense;financing;debt
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2017-09-18 10:20:37 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: The reorganization of Taiwan’s high-speed railways in 2014 made us
    understand the financial distress faced by the high-speed railways.
    Therefore, based on the situation of Taiwan’s high-speed railways of 2014
    in the study, we attempt to find a way to improve the financial problems of
    high-speed railways by means of the case analysis. With the case study
    method, we first understand the reasons for the financial difficulties of
    high-speed railways, and then use the sensitivity simulation analysis to
    detect the possibility to improve high-speed rail financial difficulties when
    the interest rate decreases or the repayment period increases.
    Thorough the study, it can be found that because the interest rate of
    high-speed rails is too high, the effect is not clear by assuming that the
    interest rate decreases or the repayment period increases. So, it is suggested
    that the high-speed railway finance department can start from the operating
    surface improvement.
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