This state of economic inefficiency
is a burden on the industry.
Ethnic unrest and economic inefficiency
were other major challenges Gorbachev faced.
This additional shipping time and cost constitute an economic inefficiency
that would follow from the elimination of competition between Hillshire and Tyson.
Forced diversification, for example by subsidizing new industries, if it is not consistent with the country s endowments, will almost always fail as it usually results in economic inefficiency
This "separation of ownership and control" as it came to be known gave rise to serious economic inefficiency
Remaking Scarcity: From Capitalist Economic Inefficiency
to Economic Democracy
According to Barroso, the real culprit for the crisis is not the EU, but rather what he termed "a Bermuda triangle of private imprudence, public indulgence and economic inefficiency
BAN is the world's only organization focused on confronting the global environmental justice and economic inefficiency
of toxic trade and its devastating impacts.
Ambassador Andrew Tesoriere, the Head of the OSCE Centre in Bishkek, said: "The distribution, use and management of water resources in Kyrgyzstan is characterized by certain economic inefficiency
and linked with communal disputes.
The current government has reversed the liberalizing reforms that the prior regime had instituted- potentially to replace them with trade restrictions, price controls and maintaining subsidies- [Such policies are] a recipe for economic inefficiency
This cost is now the largest source of economic inefficiency
in drug development.
Summary: Iran's plan to cut costly fuel and food subsidies brings to a head a debate over economic inefficiency
that has raged for years but has become urgent because of the threat of more UN sanctions, analysts say.