Parliament has amended a law on public procurement requiring state institutions to call public tenders on supply of goods and services worth as little as Sk250,000 ($5,000), half the previous minimum. It is hoped the change will reduce corruption in the process.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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7. Dec 2001 at 8:42