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    Unhappy Diff. between "it's worth investing in that business" and"whether the business is..."

    Hello All,

    I'm a English learner from HK
    When I came across this sentence " They can then project the firm's future earnings before deciding whether it is worth investing in that business." in my accounting textbook, the question arose--- is there any difference between "whether it is worth investing in that business" and "whether the business is worth investing in"?
    Please help me.


    Dennis

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    Re: Diff. between "it's worth investing in that business" and"whether the business is

    There is no real difference, in my opinion.

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