corporate anorexia

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A malaise that affects businesses after a severe cost-cutting phase. The firm's ability to expand production to maintain its competitive position in the market may, for example, be compromised by a misguided pressure to reduce costs by downsizing, resulting in the elimination of personnel who made a long-term contribution to the company's viability.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.

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