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What the phrase "can be anything other than" in the given sentence means i.e. how can it be interpreted in any sentence or how it affects on any sentence or what is the overal meaning of the sentence?

It is doubtful whether an investor's snipping at management can ever be anything other than counterproductive.

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In the given context: can be anything other than =~ can be different from (what is called 'counterproductive'). In other words:

Unlikely an investor's snipping at management can be qualified with another adjective, different from 'counterproductive'.

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