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unviable

(ʌnˈvaɪəbəl)
adj
not capable of succeeding, esp financially: the pit had proved economically unviable.
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No railway official was present on the occasion to address issues of public, as number of people had to go back due to unviability of tickets as well.
"Sufficient evidence of the unviability of the existing business has been provided as part of this application and it has been outlined above how the removal of the business will not have an adverse impact on the amenities of the local residents.
It is actually a statement about the fundamental unviability of South African township life.
But he added amendments may be necessary if after Gesy is implemented it begins exhibiting unviability.
States' limited ability to amend their certification statements worsens both situations, as does the relative unviability of establishing new certification marks instead.
But I reckon it is only a matter of time before Ruto's troops respond in kind.Are Murathe's unsolicited statements on the Ruto's unviability for 2022 paving the way for the Jubilee Party's politically different trajectory as we head to what some are already billing as the most tumultuous presidential election yet?
After we became lawyers, we defied warnings of unviability from senior lawyers by forming our own law partnership very early in our careers.
All the familiar elements are present: an authoritarian one-party government with complete control of the electoral process; a willingness of this government to bend the norms and rules of that process to guarantee its return to office; an opposition that has suffered the ravages and humiliations of being out of power and a serious campaign of human rights abuse to weaken it to the point of unviability as a serious political contender; and a government program of suffocation of any voices in the media or society in general that question the government's actions in suppressing the opposition.
Mumbai; The Confederation of ATM Industry (CATMi) warned nearly 50 percent of Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) may be shut down by March 2019 due to unviability of operations, hitting hard both urban and rural population, and dealing a blow to the digitization policy.
However, high cost of vaccination, unviability of anti-infective vaccines in undersized regions may affect growth of global anti-infective vaccines market.
During 9M2018, FFC and EFERT both gained 5ppts YoY each in their urea market shares which stood at 45% and 36% respectively as manufacturing facilities of few players (Agritech and FatimaFert) remained closed amid unavailability of natural gas and unviability of their operations on expensive RLNG plants.