Traducción de false economy en Español:

false economy

falso ahorro, n.


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    falso ahorro masculino
    • She said keeping the beds closed was a false economy because more money was spent sending patients to other hospitals.
    • Public services are improving but looking for simple savings through job cuts at this stage could be a false economy.
    • In the event of a claim it could turn out to be a false economy to have undervalued the contents of your home simply to keep premium costs down.
    • Don't sacrifice a discount in return for cheap finance, because this is usually a false economy.
    • It is a false economy to put people back on the dole and to cancel vital services to the community.
    • Cheap herbal remedies are a false economy, since there may not be enough active ingredient to have any therapeutic effect.
    • The demise of such a useful service is short-sighted and penny-pinching and will prove to be a false economy.
    • It's so much thinner than the old paper was that you end up using twice as much as you did before, thus creating a false economy.
    • Mr Foster said cutting improvement plans in the name of reliability was a false economy.
    • Keeping an ancient boiler going might seem a good idea, but it is likely to be a false economy.
    • The papers also outline that this is not the best time to offload aviation stocks, but warns that waiting for a good time could prove a false economy.
    • The early four-cylinder cars without ABS are least desirable and as they cost only about £1,500 less it is a false economy.
    • And when you can buy a brand new 80Gb drive for under £75, it seemed like a false economy to go for the smaller one.
    • There is obviously a temptation to leave recommended servicing even longer but it would be a false economy.
    • These are false economies, fuelled by the crisis in social services, and will only serve to cause harm and distress to many.
    • As a result of some false economies, the physical environment is run down and doctors and nurses have to work in sub-standard facilities.
    • However, even taking this new funding into account, a considerable amount of work will still remain to correct years of false economies in patching up already inadequate buildings.
    • Saving money by bypassing training programs is a false economy.
    • A misunderstanding about facility costs can lead corporations to fall prey to false economies.
    • This aspect of figuring the cost of activities guards against false economies, where a savings in one area may be outweighed by an expense elsewhere.