Pricing Policy and Its Impact on Company’s Profitability, Case of Kurdistan Region of Iraq\ Sulaimani
Keywords:pricing policy, profitability, sales, and money changes (coins).
This research project is mainly focused on analyzing pricing policy and its impact on company’s profitability through collecting receipts from 3 different places in Kurdistan Region of Iraq/ Sulaimani to evaluate their pricing policy and its impact on generating profits and increasing sales on the one hand, and interviewing some accounting, and economy’s experts on the other. A hypothesis has been developed in which pricing policy affects profits and sales. The results indicated that pricing policy has an impact on profits and sales. And further information has been provided in the research.
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