In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(prices/industry) poco competitivo
- Now look at how the Zambian industry has collapsed due to the same policies which have made the sector become uncompetitive with other countries in the region.
- Could auto manufacturing become the 21st century equivalent of Germany's coal industry, uncompetitive and destined to collapse?
- Meanwhile, NBG is pulling back from Western Europe by closing uncompetitive branches in Frankfurt, Paris, and Amsterdam.
- This legacy of government intervention and private monopoly has left Ireland with numerous uncompetitive sectors of the economy and a widespread culture of anti-consumer behaviour.
- Polyester manufacturing has become uncompetitive in high cost economy of the developed countries.
- As a result, he says, ‘we've become drastically uncompetitive.’
- Evan as wine shipments appear to be opening, the NY retail scene remains uncompetitive because of blue laws.
- Such comparisons show Ireland for what we have become, a high-cost, uncompetitive economy.
- Many countries, including Japan, Brazil and the EU, believe that the US uses these anti-dumping measures to protect its uncompetitive domestic steel industry from foreign competition.
- In the worst-case scenario, the shuttering of Italy's uncompetitive industry could send unemployment soaring and trigger a long recession.
- In reality, many markets are uncompetitive and customers may have very little choice.
- No wonder we are becoming commercially uncompetitive with other nations.
- He also expressed concern about the South, which he feels is becoming uncompetitive.
- It said the T3, which is a relatively uncompetitive machine, represented competition if only because of its installed base.
- Maloney said that one of the major effects of the dotcom implosion was to rid the market of unprofitable and uncompetitive firms.
- So there's less reason for companies to stick with uncompetitive locations.
- Is this recession purely cyclical, or are we seeing a repeat of the 1970s, when uncompetitive industries were winnowed out?
- Unless it is managed better by both parties, they predict that the new deal will render organizations uncompetitive.
- Europe is sometimes perceived as a region which is internationally uncompetitive.
- It has been under constant pressure from international financial circles to end the practice of stepping in with public funds to bail out uncompetitive and failing corporate entities.
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