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Public Sector Reforms in China

Christopher Bovis, Wei Hu


I. Introduction Government procurement1 is defined by OECD as the purchasing of goods and services by the government for consumption and investment, but not for resale.2 Effective procurement practices are transparent reflecting on the quality of public finances, and are essential for efficiency in public spending. The result of acquiring optimum quality goods and services for public consumption at competitive prices is improved value for taxpayers’ m


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