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Public Procurement and Competition



byFernando García
Carey - Santiago Office

Lorena Pavic
Carey - Santiago Office

September 11, 2013

Previously published on September 10, 2013

In July of 2003, the Public Procurement of Goods and Services Act ("Public Procurement Act") was issued. Its purpose was to unify the existing regulation of public procurement, protecting the principles of transparency and competition.


 

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