likely to harm

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The relationship between economics and law inherent in the Competition and Consumer Act is an important factor when the Commission has to make decisions on what conduct is likely to harm competition, markets, and consumers.
Leave them alone unless they are likely to harm themselves.
Two directors of Lancashire Fuels 4U Ltd, Richard Baison, 63, of Rossendale, Lancashire and Peter Ogg, 58, formerly of Dinorwic Street, Southport, had pleaded not guilty to running the site in River Lane, Saltney in a manner likely to harm the environment or human health - and without a proper permit.
We believe the court's ruling thoroughly addresses and rejects the primary legal defenses asserted by Syngenta, namely, that it had no duty to avoid conduct that it knew was likely to harm corn farmers and others and that the economic loss doctrine barred those claims.
Some think that withdrawals are likely to harm the market, even if the firms cannot take decisions, or if they make loss, he told KUNA.
People with a mental illness are much more likely to harm themselves than to harm other people.
There seems to be an assumption that, if left to its own devices, the industry is more likely to harm than help consumers.
The Navy acknowledges that deploying more of them is likely to harm endangered leatherneck turtles.
7 Keep an eye on how much credit you use on cards - a very high amount is likely to harm your credit score.
Belonging to a group makes people more likely to harm others outside the group as they lose touch with their own morals.
Afterwards, he slammed the tax credit scheme, which he said is likely to harm public education.
NICOSIA, Cyprus, Jumada I 30, 1435, Mar 31, 2014, SPA -- The Cypriot government said Monday that the crisis in Ukraine isn't likely to harm the bailed-out country's economy, which counts on tourism and business from Russia and the Ukraine for growth, AP reported.