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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By modality, stand-alone segment is expected to exhibit high lucrativeness in terms of both market value and growth rate in the coming years.
The rise in lucrativeness of the market and emergence of business opportunities will fuel the development of the North American market.
Malaya said that for a Filipino seeking a job overseas, the lucrativeness of the destination was important and Malaysia has less of it these days.
Also, we are confident that the investment lucrativeness of the Philippines will definitely flourish here in Qatar at the helm of the incoming administration and the continued support of the Philippine embassy," Rivera explained.
Sheikh Salman also pointed to the lucrativeness of the tourism industry, saying that the sector has created jobs for youth all across the globe.
Major fresh food packaging companies and associations emphasize on spreading awareness about fresh food packaging, their lucrativeness for health and the environment, and cost-effectiveness.
31) However, for a reconsideration of the actual lucrativeness of Marlowe's own plays through the period, see Holger Schott Syme, 'The Meaning of Success: Stories of 1594 and Its Aftermath', Shakespeare Quarterly 61 (2010), 490-525.
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.
To critics, sport lucrativeness overshadows the imperative of academia: education.