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Working-class Americans aren’t lazy or xenophobic, but they are deeply underbid by immigrants.
Outsourcers underbid in the hope that subsequent amendments to the contract—extra charges here and there—will eventually yield some profits.
Carillion’s demise was likely caused by a combination of rapid expansion and underbidding for contracts that have had low margins since the financial crisis, analysts say.
The company has already drawn flack for massively underbidding competitors.
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UNDERBID Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of underbid for English Language Learners
: to offer to do work for less money than (another person or group) : to bid less than (someone else)
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