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Transport Ministry to spend Sk391 mln. on PPP consulting

The Transport Ministry will spend Sk391.3 million without VAT on consulting services for highway and dual carriageway PPP (public private partnership) construction projects.

The Transport Ministry will spend Sk391.3 million without VAT on consulting services for highway and dual carriageway PPP (public private partnership) construction projects.

According to an announcement in the Public Procurement Bulletin, the consulting will be provided by Jaroslav Ružička and CMS Cameron McKenna, a Bratislava-based branch of a foreign firm. The consulting services concern PPP projects in preparation and the course of public procurement of a concessionaire company to build and operate highways. The parties signed the contract on the consulting services on December 21, 2007.

The Transport Ministry chose a non-competitive procurement method to select the consultant due to time constraints. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports

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