profit-maximising


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Adj.1.profit-maximising - making the profit as great as possible; "the profit-maximizing price"
increasing - becoming greater or larger; "increasing prices"
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Given its unique function, we are of the view that PAAB is an entity that is ultimately backed by the Government of Malaysia (GoM) as it continuously relies on external funding for capex and is tasked with social responsibilities without a profit-maximising objective.
Section two discusses some of the theoretical sports economics literature in the settings of both profit-maximising and win-maximising clubs.
There is ongoing debate over hospital reform although it is clear that hospitals which operate as profit-maximising businesses produce outcomes which are discordant with the public interest.
We are well-placed to retain our profit-maximising 65 percent domestic market share.
In fact, the profit-maximising price is the one that relates most closely to customer value.
Although EIB is policy-driven rather than profit-maximising, the bank consistently generates profits and has never recorded an operating loss," said Alexander Kockerbeck, a Vice President-Senior Credit Officer in Moody's Sovereign Risk Group.
Adopting precisely the same short-term, profit-maximising mentality that gave us the financial crash in the first place.
As per the government plan, the development bank will be split into two organisations -- the Korea Development Fund, which will continue to provide public policy finance, and a bank, which will operate as a profit-maximising organisation.
Let's be clear - the big bookmakers and racecourse groups are profit-maximising companies, driven only by commercial considerations.
In the same chapter the authors raise a second issue, posed oddly from an American point of view: "Why would a profit-maximising firm choose voluntarily to seek out and to bargain ex-ante with an established union when there are no economic, social or political pressures so to do?