underinvestment

underinvestment

(ˌʌndərɪnˈvɛstmənt)
n
(Banking & Finance) insufficient investment or laying out of money with the expectation of profit
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underinvestment

[ˌʌndərɪnˈvestmənt] Ninfrainversión f
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Transport Minister Jesse Norman said the Government was working hard "to overcome decades of underinvestment in the North.
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Peter Clarke said many of the poor outcomes at HMP Bristol were directly related to "chronic" staff shortages and a history of underinvestment in the establishment.
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economy is saddled with stagnant productivity and chronic underinvestment, which are slowing growth and preventing us from raising people's living standards.
national infrastructure network has stalled out, due to years of underinvestment that is challenging economic growth potential.
It is in spite of this historic underinvestment that the region's economy and manufacturing has performed well, claimed Ms Nielsen, the former regional director of the Confederation of British Industry.
Unions branded the move a "gimmick" and accused the Government of underinvestment.
TELECOMS giant BT should be forced to split off its Openreach network arm unless it addresses significant underinvestment and poor service, a report by MPs has warned.
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