The Success of Pasha City and the Failure of Jaff Towers Construction Buildings

Kamil Faqe Mohammed, Ahmed (2018) The Success of Pasha City and the Failure of Jaff Towers Construction Buildings. Diploma thesis, The American University of Iraq, Sulaimani.

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There are many people in Sulemani who started working on construction building during the economic growth started in 2004. Construction building is a successful business in the region since its market works. Many of the construction buildings were successful, yet there were some construction buildings failed. Pasha City construction buildings succeed and Jaff Towers construction buildings did not succeed. There are many reasons for both cases; for the successful case is the number of the shareholders and going through a detailed plan. Bank loan and economic crisis made the Jaff Tower buildings to fail. There are many other countries went through same problems based on the sources that are used in this research. People who want to start a construction building have to have a detailed plan for short and long term. There should be a backup plan in the time of need. When economic crisis happened in the region many business closed down because they did have a detailed plan and a good foundation to build upon. Pasha City construction building stood against the economic crisis, but Jaff Towers has not finished until our present day, which makes it one of unsuccessful construction buildings in the region. Therefore, it would have been better for Jaff Towers buildings not to depend only on one source to fund the project. It should have relied on many sources to provide money for its project. This way the project would not fail and the building would have been finished in the deadline that was set.

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Additional Information: Cohort 11
Subjects: University Thesis > MBA Thesis
University Thesis > MBA Thesis
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Social Sciences
Depositing User: N/A AUIS Library
Date Deposited: 20 Jun 2018 06:28
Last Modified: 20 Jun 2018 06:28

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