non-viable

Related to non-viable: unviable
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non-viable

[ˈnɒnˈvaɪəbl] ADJinviable
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Under the suspension, upon completion of required monthly passenger quota, the airline was not allowed to operate flights to Tokyo, thereby making it non-viable destination on commercial basis,' it added.
The Minister said Pakistan International Airlines has started flying on commercially viable routes and has discontinued service on non-viable routes.
Bomb disposal squads attended both scenes and said all three packages were deemed non-viable.
Ghulam Sarwar Khan said flights are being operated at commercially viable domestic routes, but have been stopped at non-viable routes.
The company said it plans to exit non-core areas of activity, divest from non-viable core business areas and focus on viable core business activities that will led to long-term sustainability; reposition the core viable business areas to leverage capital and market access; and focus on export opportunities through strategic equity partnerships and joint ventures.
They said that suspicious objects were examined on Iniscarn Road and Harty Court and that they were declared "non-viable devices".
The government must look at the plan critically and weight upon costs in as much as other parties may be looking for a convenient outcome, which will translate into additional costs should it prove non-viable.
She said Indian's cold start doctrine's brinkmanship strategy was non-viable with Modi as Modi was on a suicide mission for India.
The Union said in its final statement that any solution that disregards the Palestinian rights stipulated in the international legitimate resolutions and agreed upon in the Arab Peace Initiative, is deemed non-viable. House Speaker Nabih Berri underlined that Al-Quds is the capital of Palestine, and voiced utter rejection of all forms of normalization.
No doubt, in the first instance, commercially non-viable stores should not have been opened in the first instance but now that they have been operating for years, efforts should be made to run them on professional lines.
The notes would be converted to equity in part or in full or be written off should the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) deem that SGL would become non-viable without conversion or a public-sector capital injection.