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uncompetitiveness

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  • noun The state or condition of being uncompetitive.

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Examples

  • You only have to look at the auto industry to see how protectionism and creating a false-economy (one, two, three) solely to support an expensive, unionized labor force were not sustainable, caused or perpetuated uncompetitiveness, and eventually resulted in failure.

    Pop Culture

  • You only have to look at the auto industry to see how protectionism and creating a false-economy (one, two, three) solely to support an expensive, unionized labor force were not sustainable, caused or perpetuated uncompetitiveness, and eventually resulted in failure.

    social darwinism

  • You only have to look at the auto industry to see how protectionism and creating a false-economy (one, two, three) solely to support an expensive, unionized labor force were not sustainable, caused or perpetuated uncompetitiveness, and eventually resulted in failure.

    Globalization

  • China's commerce ministry earlier this month said that the U.S. shouldn't blame its own uncompetitiveness on China and that China is strongly dissatisfied with the U.S. investigation into China's renewable-energy products.

    China to Investigate U.S. Renewable Energy Policies

  • Given the sizes of the debts and the chronic uncompetitiveness on the euro zone's periphery, it is not surprising that loans, more loans and feeble attempts at austerity are not working.

    The Euro Zone's Refuseniks

  • You only have to look at the auto industry to see how protectionism and creating a false-economy (one, two, three) solely to support an expensive, unionized labor force were not sustainable, caused or perpetuated uncompetitiveness, and eventually resulted in failure.

    11 posts from May 2009

  • You only have to look at the auto industry to see how protectionism and creating a false-economy (one, two, three) solely to support an expensive, unionized labor force were not sustainable, caused or perpetuated uncompetitiveness, and eventually resulted in failure.

    social darwinism

  • Our good friend Mats from Sweden argues in his blog that technical laggards like Europe actually benefit from their uncompetitiveness.

    Government and Research, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • I submit that blaming legacy costs for current uncompetitiveness is BS.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Economy is in Good Hands:

  • Europe's economy, on the other hand, will simply continue to struggle, with unemployment only expected to worsen, governments waist-high in debt and the region still suffering from economic uncompetitiveness, they said.

    Why European Stocks Make Sense

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