financially viable

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  • The railway was built entirely with private capital and has remained financially viable throughout its life.
  • The Control Board said the project would cost too much and was not financially viable.
  • He further proved that the sport could be financially viable through regular live events at the same venue.
  • The modest sales revenue and low pay-back period further make their model financially viable.
  • UK record companies would not fund such an ambitious idea as they did not consider it financially viable.
  • The government had long been interested in making the operation of these tubewells more financially viable.
  • A Scottish company had been considered, but rejected as being probably not financially viable.
  • He was known to not have spent much money on transfers due to his efforts to keep the club financially viable.
  • However, the bowl was not financially viable, and folded after its second year.
  • The latter was later closed as it was never financially viable.
  • It called for improved financial management and pricing to make the operation more financially viable.
  • The state government provided a revenue guarantee to make the project financially viable.
  • However, for many years to come, theatre largely remained driven by amateur groups, as full-time theatre did not become a financially viable activity.
  • NAMA only accepts into membership financially viable companies which can provide evidence of sound and accepted trading practice.
  • The retailer has been forced to close down stores that are not financially viable, even if well-positioned.
  • This factory was now empty but starting car production there from scratch would not be financially viable.
  • Meanwhile, his increasingly desperate daughter tries to find ways to keep the small household, including two servants, financially viable.
  • The home remained a care facility until its operation was no longer financially viable ceasing operation in 1967.
  • It was distributed free of charge until October 1961 when it was no longer financially viable.
  • Attempts at re-opening the mine were made sporadically until the 1950s, but were never financially viable.
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