unsaleability


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unsalability

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(Commerce) inability to be sold
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Although the risks associated with unsaleability mainly affected heterogeneous goods such as textiles, it was also the case that more standardised products (e.
Second, there was no way to sew up a rematch due to the built-in unsaleability caused by the disastrous May 2 megabout that ended up as the Fraud of the Century.
This blight would extend to the lives of local residents, with the very real fear of a sharp drop in property values, or unsaleability of their homes; threats to businesses, in an area where tourism is key to the local economy; noise; congestion on local roads during construction.