Vietnam will open its public procurement market after the Vietnam – EU free trade agreement (EVFTA) comes into effect. Vietnam will open its public procurement market after the EVFTA comes into effect. – Photo congthuong.vn The agreement is expected to be signed at the end of this year and come into effect next year, when Vietnam will open its public procurement market for the first time. The opening up of the public procurement market under EVFTA commitments is expected to make bidding more transparent and competitive, and offer a better quality of goods. Goods from the 28 EU member nations will complement Vietnamese goods. Meanwhile, investors will have to work more and more responsibility so that taxes are more effectively spent. The opening of the market will also provide opportunities for Vietnamese contractors to reach the EU’s large public procurement market, reported Thoi bao Tai chinh Vietnam (Vietnam Financial Times) newspaper. Vietnam will have two options when selecting bidders under the agreement. In the first instance, only bidders and goods from EU countries that are part of the EVFTA will be allowed to take part in the bidding. For cases of a larger and more complex scale, Vietnam may add… Read full this story
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