Chinese Government Procurement Legislation: Process, Patterns and Future Reform

Youxin CHEN

Abstract


The authors agreed with the integration of Law on Tenders and Bids and unified government procurement legislation. The idea of Improvement tries to maintain the existing project procurement system in bidding. As with previously mentioned, Law on Tenders and Bids makes the practice of private procurement activities within the adjustment range is flawed jurisprudence and should be adjusted rather than maintained. Even if the bidding is a general way to choose suppliers, purely private procurement should also be allowed to trade on the basis of bilateral consultations and selected procedures as they see fit rather than force them to apply rigid “Bidding” provisions.


Keywords


Government procurement legislation; Tenders and bids; Private procurement

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References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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