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The implementation of the Three Gorges Dam in China is one which shows several successes and failures. The main objective was to control the flooding of the river while building the largest hydroelectric power dam that could be used in China. The implementation of the overall project was successful with specific needs. However, there were several downfalls that were a part of the building of the river, specifically through gaps in the implementation of the project. This research study will examine how the project progression and maintenance led to gaps in the successful finish of the project and is now leading to gaps in the cost, quality and the overall implementation of the building of the dam. IntroductionThe Three Gorges Dam project, which took place in Yichang, China, was built to

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