lucrativeness


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Noun1.lucrativeness - the quality of affording gain or benefit or profitlucrativeness - the quality of affording gain or benefit or profit
gain, profit - the advantageous quality of being beneficial
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lucrativeness

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The report provides insight about the lucrativeness of the industry through Porter's Five Forces Analysis.
Major fresh food packaging market companies and associations emphasize on spreading awareness about fresh food packaging, their lucrativeness for health and the environment, and cost-effectiveness.
The lucrativeness of opportunities in New York is due to the city's ongoing development.
Due to money rotation, people's short memories, and the soaring lucrativeness of the unleashed speculative model, temporary setbacks were readily papered over.
Considering the lucrativeness of the refurbished pre-owned CT machines market, many OEMs have included refurbishing of pre-owned CT machines in their proprietary, organized and accredited programs.
The quantity of production reflects both the lucrativeness of customary activity and the amount of activity occurring.
What Aboudi wants most, he says, is for the Agriculture Ministry to recognize Babcock peaches as a distinct product of Bikfaya, a prestigious seal that he believes will boost its added value and ensure its lucrativeness.