Perhaps better put there are some problems that are solved because the economics don't work.
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Submitted by Lyle (United States), Jul 9, 2013 00:05
In many cases it appears that executives may believe that the economics of an improvement don't work
and therefore the improvement does not happen. Only if it appears that there is at least a reasonable chance that money can be made on the improvement will it occur, as folks in general don't like to throw money down a hole, although they often do (in the old west these holes were called mines).
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