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- another term for cost-effective
- ‘The arch is an integral part of the bridge and was one of the most cost-efficient designs that was available to us.’
- ‘This is because it is more cost-efficient in certain cases for the employer.’
- ‘This cost-efficient organisation is helping to save public money.’
- ‘However, hiring staff who already have the necessary qualifications to carry out the job can prove cost-efficient for the organisation as it saves the need to provide this training.’
- ‘By conducting some careful research, he has put together a mix of cost-efficient funds.’
- ‘In addition, retailers can manage their cash in a very cost-efficient manner.’
- ‘‘Trade can only develop under secure and cost-efficient economic alliances, communication and transport structures,’ he said.’
- ‘With that information, companies that pay for workers' health care can insist on the adoption of more effective and cost-efficient treatments.’
- ‘Custom-building becomes cost-efficient if you plan to store 1,000 or so bottles.’
- ‘In the end, the most cost-efficient option was to move the offices into a residence.’
- ‘The campaign will use superlight ads in public places and radio because they have proved to be the most cost-efficient and effective way to reach the target audience.’
- ‘If you're selling a product, contact a distributor or the manufacturer directly to find the most cost-efficient way to get and sell your product.’
- ‘At the same time, better targeted and more cost-efficient promotions, such as free shipping on light or big orders, are helping drive sales without quashing profits.’
- ‘Microwave radio is a rapid and cost-efficient option.’
- ‘This difference of emphasis, for example, would lead to the conclusion that radio is unsuitable for brand recognition, but offers cost-efficient high-frequency repetition.’
- ‘Further, with a virtual team there is no need to farm out work to vendors, meaning the job can be completed on both a cost-efficient and time-efficient basis for the client.’
- ‘It is a cost-efficient way of generating goodwill among your customers and getting and keeping your name in front of people.’
- ‘And in order to build that infrastructure in a cost-efficient way, satellite companies will have to make choices about the hardiness of their spacecraft.’
- ‘It is one of the most cost-efficient lottery operators in the world.’
- ‘Consequently, businesses could turn to mergers to create more competitive, cost-efficient companies.’
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