non-viable

Related to non-viable: unviable
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non-viable

[ˈnɒnˈvaɪəbl] ADJinviable
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The CM directed the chief secretary to get a detailed list of 1100 non-viable schools buildings so that they could be given used in the public interest.
The bonds reset at the end of the fifth year and may be converted into equity if the bank is declared non-viable.
The distinction between extraordinary support and ongoing support is becoming important in the context of new-style capital securities issued in compliance with Basel III, which impose losses on debt holders at the point a bank is deemed to be non-viable.
Venture / development should be divided into potentially viable and non-viable based on specific business and economic development policy criteria.
In the event, a capital boost of 500 million in shares and a 1 billion guarantee were granted on condition that within two months a restructuring plan would be presented - proposing a reduction of the group's activity and the sale of non-viable assets.
Islamists believe that non-viable foetuses (NVF) after 120 days (approximately 17 weeks) of pregnancy should be buried.
The mission stresses the importance of avoiding channeling bank funding to non-viable GREs in order to maintain the integrity of the banking system.
One parcel sent to Lennon was found to contain a dummy bomb and a second, which consisted of nails, a timer and liquid, was found by experts to be non-viable.
Officers said they had recovered two "crude, non-viable devices" and described the attack as sectarian.
We're doing what other colleges are doing at this time of the year - removing non-viable courses.
The colossal earnings from oil companies must make it a non-viable option for everyone to switch to biofuel over-night.