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Viability (of a Business)

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The viability of a business is measured by its long-term survival, and its ability to have sustainable profits over a period of time. If a business is viable, it is able to survive for many years, because it continues to make a profit year after year. The longer a company can stay profitable, the better its viability.

Examples:
The small company showed its viability by making a profit every year of its existence.
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