When companies do not have the capacity to do a whole project by themselves, they enter into a joint venture, such as BNCC and the Attar Group did for the Tarnak Bridge.
Rumors generally diverge into two paths; the first was that the governor stopped the project because BNCC was a company from Herat that subcontracted the construction work; the second was that the governor wanted to award this contract to his own select group of companies.
The owner of BNCC alleges that Razziq and contracting officials promised him the second phase of the project, which was to pave the final 2.
BNCC reported the following as of December 31, 2011:
For the second quarter of 2012, BNCC reported book value of $8.
Charouhis intends to investigate taking any action or solution that would preserve value for the current shareholders of BNCC, including without limitation: