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    Hi guys,

    on this occasion, i'd like you to help me with this phrase:

    Ms farrell cites an example of an airline that used to find it uneconomic to chase debt of $200.

    i think it means that the company found it uneconomic to get the debt paid off

    do you agree?
    Thanks

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    Yeah, I think you're right...
    It's like it will cost more money and trouble (to the airline) to make this person pay, than to just leave it...

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    gracias gisel!!

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    Agree! It's uneconomic

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    thanks Ricardo!

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