uneconomically love


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  • adv. In a manner that is not economical.


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  • If we're not careful as an industry, we will end up investing uneconomically in providing data services, Mr. Azwan said.

    Asian Carriers Move Away From Unlimited Data Plans

  • Four bucks is the point at which people stop driving, airlines start charging extra to lose your luggage, and Hummers lumber uneconomically into that long oil-soaked night.

    Energy Policy: It’s the Trust Stupid | Disinformation

  • It is solely an economic argument: Compensation structured as it has been in the financial sector results in an uneconomically excessive amount of risk-taking, just as a failure to make a polluter internalize the costs of pollution provides an incentive for him to produce more than if he had to pay all the costs he imposes on society.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » 2009 » August

  • If these two things do not happen then we will be behaving uneconomically, in the most orthodox sense of the word.

    An Introduction to Ecological Economics~ Chapter 3

  • Clearly, while a trading bank will want to set a competitive variable rate to keep existing customers and attract new ones, a bank in liquidation may set that rate uneconomically high to try and get rid of its existing customers.

    Saturday Question

  • The AG highlighted vehicles that were repaired uneconomically when two cars originally bought for R27200 and R11502 were repaired at a cost of R50416 and R29431 respectively.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Their management had resulted in the department being managed both inefficiently and uneconomically.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "Agricultural land will be injudiciously and uneconomically shredded because the Act on the redistribution of agricultural land is not applicable here."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "The fragmentation of the distribution sector of the industry has resulted in too many distributors with often too small a consumer base, which often operate inefficiently and uneconomically."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "Only a lunatic would entrust political appointees to gather up the bulk of the nation's savings annually and redeploy them uneconomically."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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