secondary benefits

secondary benefits

any additional indirect benefits that stem from the direct primary benefits of an INVESTMENT project. For example, in estimating the benefits of an irrigation project, the increase in grain output resulting from the project would be counted as a primary benefit, while the increased economic activity of grain merchants, millers and bakers handling this extra grain would be counted as a secondary benefit of the project. See COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS.
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The demonstrators called on the government to rescind the increase, one day after local legislators in a record six-minute session voted to increase their own salaries and secondary benefits.
Besides these direct benefits, the OSECPs were thought to provide secondary benefits to importing countries by allowing them to delay repayments, reduce the cost of their import bills, or relax their financial constraints in case private markets are reluctant to finance their import transactions.
Eligibility for UK benefits is often a gateway to support for secondary benefits like schools meals or uniform costs, and free dental care.
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Good employers recognise that their staff are their best asset and invest in creating positive working environments, empowering through trusted leadership and offering secondary benefits that support their employees' well-being and interests.