profit-making

profit-making

adj
profitable; having the objective of making profit or financial gain
Translations

profit-making

[ˈprɒfɪtˌmeɪkɪŋ] ADJ (= profitable) → rentable; (= aiming to make profit) [organization] → con fines lucrativos
see also non-profit-making

profit-making

[ˈprɒfɪtˌmeɪkɪŋ] adj (industry) → rimunerativo/a
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In your case, I fear, confession is exploitation by indirection, profit-making by ruse, self-aggrandizement at the expense of God.
ISLAMABAD -- The National Assembly Standing Committee on Parliamentary Affairs was told on Monday that the government has no plans to sell the profit-making Roosevelt Hotel in New York one of the prime foreign assets of the Pakistan International Airline.
New Delhi: The government on Friday ruled out giving income tax exemption to profit-making cooperative banks saying they functioned like commercial banks and should be treated on par.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Dec 29 (ANI): Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said no income tax exemption would be provided to profit-making cooperative banks, adding that they should be treated at par with commercial banks, owing to their method of functioning.
Online poker is a profit-making model," said Rajat Agarwal, cofounder of Spartan Poker.
One of our industry's most intractable (yet eminently solvable) problems is that, for far too many metalcasters, the accounting department retains a monopoly on the hows and whys of profit-making.
Profit-making operations controlled trading sessions while selective-purchase operations helped reduce the impact of profit-making, amid levels of anticipation prior to the Eid holidays.
THE new Education Secretary, Tory Nicky Morgan, has refused to rule out setting up profit-making schools.
Islamabad -- Telenor Group has recognises its Pakistani subsidiary as a profit-making and sustainable company saying "We are satisfied with the investment period we have been in Pakistan.
Profit-making, commercial business have joined the bandwagon again using youngsters eager to prove themselves by working full days without any rewards.
Thomas Drake, a former National Security Agency senior officer who blew the whistle on the NSA "Trailblazer" surveillance program, talks about NSA's commitment to national security profit-making after 9/11.
But the WRU's honorary treasurer, Mr Kenneth Harris said a profit-making structure for the union would jeopardise their application to Cardiff City Council for a rates reduction.