China’s 4th Offer Still Unacceptable to Government Procurement Agreement Members

China's 4th Offer Still Unacceptable to Government Procurement Agreement Members

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The biggest challenges that government procurement agencies face at any level are corruption and discrimination. On a global level, transparency and fairness standards are even harder to agree upon. The World Trade Organization created the first Agreement on Government Procurement in 1981 to make a set of globally accepted rules for international procurement.

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