The Factors That Affects the Success or Failure of Auto Dealerships in Kurdistan Region and Iraq Study on Niva car trading Ltd. and Toyota Iraq/SAS

Akram, Miran (2018) The Factors That Affects the Success or Failure of Auto Dealerships in Kurdistan Region and Iraq Study on Niva car trading Ltd. and Toyota Iraq/SAS. Diploma thesis, The American University of Iraq, Sulaimani.

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In this paper, we will discuss the factors that affect car dealerships operation in Iraq and Kurdistan region in general, especially after 2014 by studying how different factors affected two car trading companies and how it leads to the success of Toyota Iraq/SAS and failure of Niva car trading Ltd. these factors divided to external factors, like culture, government regulations, fuel quality, war on ISIS, economic crisis, manufacturer limited number of models, and bank regulations, the internal factors like management issues, implementing successful risk management and how to obtain liquidity and the degree of depending on banks for financing dealers operations and inventory management, and the effected they did on companies operation and success. The historical review of regulations and factors that affected dealers before and after 2003, and how the governments, sanctions, and wars affected the buying power and culture of Iraqi citizen and their view of a dealership through decades of government monopoly through GAMCO. Regulations and how to improve import regulation that relates with driver’s safety, roads and vehicles safety, improving fuel quality and its effect on operation cost and maintenance of vehicles and environment, we suggested improving traffic regulations for better environment and safety by importing vehicles up to European and American safety standards.

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Additional Information: Cohort 11
Subjects: University Thesis > MBA Thesis
University Thesis > MBA Thesis
Depositing User: N/A AUIS Library
Date Deposited: 20 Jun 2018 06:29
Last Modified: 20 Jun 2018 06:29
URI: http://eprints.auis.edu.krd/id/eprint/98

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