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Our principal finding is that the proposed JLTV project would generate positive, net economic benefits to the State of Arkansas over the 25-year analysis period if it provides $84.165 million in infrastructure improvements and job training services for the JLTV project. Stated another way, the net present value of the additional state-level tax revenues generated by the increase in statewide economic activity flowing from the JLTV facility will be higher than the net present value of the bond debt service. We estimate that the net, positive economic benefit would be:Here's the full report.
The net economic benefits would be a positive $16.3 million using a discount rate of 3.38%, or the true interest cos of the proposed bond issue. The net economic benefit would be 19% than the npv of the costs, or the annual bond debt service
The net benefits are produced primarily during the last five years of the analysis period when the incremental tax revenues are at their peaks, and when the bond debt service has been paid. Using an analysis period of 20 years yields a net economic cost of -$1.6 million using the 3.38% discount rate.
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