competitiveness

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  • Info Competitiveness pertains to the ability and performance of a firm, sub-sector or country to sell and supply goods and services in a given market, in relation to the ability and performance of other firms, sub-sectors or countries in the same market.
  • The club is divided into three teams divided according to level of competitiveness.
  • She says all three acts are good friends and there will be no competitiveness.
  • The film has already established that there is a degree of competitiveness between the two brothers.
  • Long-term competitiveness is impossible without a solid in-house research and design platform.
  • He focused much of his academic research on the development of national and business competitiveness.
  • This is mostly caused by the lack of competitiveness and lack of know-how.
  • The result of this analysis was a new direction for the company towards competitiveness.
  • This was the end of their era of competitiveness, and to date, their last winning season.
  • Due to its high level of competitiveness it is the most common breeding ground for district players.
  • He won the next four tournaments even as they were growing in both size and competitiveness.
  • Austria also has made progress in generally increasing its international competitiveness.
  • The award goes to a player who shows desire, competitiveness, and a never-say-die attitude.
  • It also does not provide a lot of detail about competitiveness of the industry.
  • A national system would not improve America's international competitiveness in industry.
  • The program is designed to increase the competitiveness of international rugby union.
  • Most of his research over decades has been on the politics of international economic competitiveness in the advanced industrial nations.
  • Even more than most episodes, this story is about competitiveness.
  • Student rugby represents this first level competitiveness in the relatively small Irish system.
  • The center provides education, research, and assistance on issues of importance to international trade and global competitiveness.
  • The car's competitiveness improved throughout the season, particularly during the second half, as a result of this development.
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Meaning of competitiveness

  • noun An aggressive willingness to compete
    the team was full of fight