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1 a new government 1 and a collapsed construction industry. the article concludes that hyperinflation shares an inverse relationship with the construction industry; in other words 1 and determine whether hyperinflation is indeed responsible for the collapse of the zimbabwean construction industry. the significant findings of the study are as follows: the zimbabwean government and the reserve bank of zimbabwe arbitrarily printing money are the root cause of hyperinflation; hyperinflation has resulted in the lack of a stable national currency; investors and labour factors have led to business closures; stunted economic growth 1 and restructuring the unfavourable balance of payment. in the last decade 1 as hyperinflation increases 1 construction industry more ... 1 construction industry performance decreases up to a point where the industry collapses and vice versa. the article demonstrates how this phenomenon has led to the collapse of the zimbabwean construction industry. the article recommends that the variables that are lacking in zimbabwe be replenished as a precondition for the revival of the construction industry and that the merits of a stable socio-economic environment 1 contributes towards the country’s gross domestic product 1 dollarisation and an infrastructure stimulus package to address or counteract the effects of hyperinflation on the construction sector be investigated 1 economic growth 1 however 1 hyperinflation 1 improving employment levels 1 investigate the relationship between hyperinflation and the collapse of the zimbabwean construction industry 1 monetary incenties 1 motivational factors 1 much like its successful regional and international counterparts 1 project objectives 1 the root cause of the construction industry crises. the article presents the findings of a masters study whose primary objectives were to determine the cause of hyperinflation in zimbabwe 1 this has not been the case in zimbabwe as the country has grappled with severe hyperinflation that has led to the lack of a stable national currency accompanied by shortages of investors and labour which have resulted in the collapse of the construction industry. regardless of other debatable causes of the crises the zimbabwean government has labelled hyperinflation the country’s foremost enemy 1 zimbabwe see all ... less ...
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