Definitions for uncompetitive
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word uncompetitive
not inclined to compete
That does not involve competition; not competitive
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The U.S. corporate tax structure is uncompetitive.
Beijing's battle against pollution will increase costs for steel mills and force those uncompetitive ones to go bust eventually.
At this stage Mozambique is not a coal story any more. It's very expensive, very uncompetitive and they need a lot of added capacity, it's really a liquefied natural gas (LNG) story now and I think the government is shifting its focus from coal to LNG.
New York-based Pfizer desperately needs a large acquisition and the resulting synergies to reinvigorate its tepid earnings growth rate, also Allergan would help New York-based Pfizer escape the uncompetitive U.S. corporate tax rate, which has led company after company to domicile away from its shores.
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