Asked • 05/16/19

Multiple 'as' (subordinate conjunction) in the same sentence?

> Performance is poor as losses have increased and are projected to remain negative going forward as the company works through problem assets and realizes related expense. Is this sentence correct? If not, why? I couldn't find much on the internet in regards to utilizing multiple "because", multiple "as" or multiple subordinate conjunctions in general but I feel that this sentence is a bit "off".

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Jay D. answered • 05/16/19

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