not able or willing to compete
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How to use uncompetitive in a sentence
Both men made risky decisions that led to slimming down uncompetitive companies and industries.Romney Attacks Obama Over ‘Public’ Equity Job Slashing | Daniel Stone | May 29, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
But now he blasts renewables as “sharply uncompetitive” and charges that they “might actually hurt employment more than help it.”Obama Ad Pins High Gas Prices on Romney, ‘Candidate of Big Oil’ | Daniel Stone | April 5, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
It has to do with debt that is 120 percent of GDP and an economy that is largely uncompetitive.Berlusconi Exits, and an Era of Sexist Buffoonery Is Over | Lawrence Osborne | November 17, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
News Corp. has paid more than $500 million in two years to settle uncompetitive claims.
Hence too the quiet industry and the uncompetitive patience of these Early Flemish painters.
There was never a town so inimitably drowsy or so sternly uncompetitive.Michael | E. F. Benson