Coupled with continuous economic growth, and demographic projections promising significant population growth, energy consumption in the region is expected to continue to grow, further driving up the policy's already-high costs and thus rendering it even more economically inefficient
The current policy would seem only to extend that old and, incidentally, economically inefficient
But they've provided fresh data about activities encouraged by current corporate-tax laws that are both economically inefficient
and cost the U.
Furthermore, inequitable, unreliable and economically inefficient
water distribution often leads to conflict between users, while further degrading irrigation assets.
There are other reasons, they say, why private health insurance is economically inefficient
The GCC is turning its focus towardsthe Renminbi simply because it is economically inefficient
to use dollars and euros to finance GCC-China trade and investment links.
The current environment of high prices makes viable the exploitation of numerous deposits which would be economically inefficient
He is a supporter of the law, not bemuse he thinks the policy is perfect, but because he's convinced it's a rational and necessary step in the right direction for a dysfunctional and economically inefficient
health care system.
In others the restrictions may serve an economically inefficient
social objective the government wants to preserve.
Personnel issues making outsourcing economically inefficient
(52%) and dispersed organisational structure and multiple locations/systems making it complicated (54%), were cited by respondents as the main barriers to expanding use of external sourcing and procurement service providers
If, as Bowles acknowledges, poorer people tend to be more risk averse, then shifting risk from capitalists to comparatively poorer workers will be economically inefficient
First, it is clearly economically inefficient
not to tap into talent wherever it exists.