Definition of uncompetitiveness in English:

uncompetitiveness

noun

See uncompetitive

‘The real underlying uncompetitiveness of the British economy, arising from the strength of sterling, has simply been disguised by aggressive cost cutting.’
  • ‘However the 13% rise in the euro could help offset some of the price pressure, but will add to our growing uncompetitiveness, warned Mr Power.’
  • ‘And imports reflect the uncompetitiveness of much local industry, as well as expensive oil and investment-oriented purchases.’
  • ‘It is more Manly's general uncompetitiveness for the past two seasons, apart from a few rare performance spikes, that causes concern.’
  • ‘The litany of structural impediments includes poor profits, excessive corporate and household debt loads, a dearth of savings and investment opportunities, global uncompetitiveness, and so on.’