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The Mexican Competition Authority alongside 4 other national regulators proposes a new law on public procurement to promote better public expenditure and revive the national economy

New Law on Public Procurement is Proposed to Promote Better Public Expenditure and to Revivify the Mexican Economy* Civil society organizations and public institutions specialized on public procurement join efforts to propose a General Law on Procurement that leads to full and timely public procurement processes for the provision of better goods and public services to the Mexican population. The proposal incorporates mechanisms to generate greater competition and reduce corruption risks in public procurement to maximize the value of public expenditure. The proposal was submitted for consideration of the Congress in the context of the Open Parliament convened by the Transparency and Anti-Corruption Commission of the Chamber of Deputies. The Mexican Federal Economic Competition

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Mexican Competition Authority, The Mexican Competition Authority alongside 4 other national regulators proposes a new law on public procurement to promote better public expenditure and revive the national economy, 6 July 2020, e-Competitions Preview, Art. N° 95767

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