date: 20-11-2014 13:59:49
International Public Procurement
Phuoc & Partners is very pleased to have the honour of contributing a chapter regarding Vietnam in an update to the publication“International Public Procurement”as published by Westlaw – one of the primary online legal research services for lawyers and legal professionals worldwide. The chapter on public procurement in Vietnam was researched and written by Lawyer Nguyen Gia Huy Chuong, Bui Tien Long, Phan Ngoc Tam and Vuong Thanh Thuy of Phuoc & Partners.
This hands-on legal practitioners' guide covers the regulations, procedures, and steps that practitioners use to effectively deal with international public procurement issues in major jurisdictions. It is an important resource for lawyers whose clients seek to engage in cross-border business. Each chapter considers the source of the country's power to contract for the procurement of goods and services. Also discussed are the steps involved in the procurement procedure from the initial determination of the need for goods or services through to the award of the contract. Organized by country, this step-by-step analysis addresses key points and indispensable issues, providing coverage of principles such as openness, accountability, environmental protection, and achieving social justice goals.
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