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China will promote the use of public private partnership (PPP) contracts in countries involved in its Belt and Road infrastructure initiative, state-run news agency Xinhua has said. 16 Jan 2017
FOCUS: Delegates at the recent FIDIC users conference in London were given a pre-release edition of the planned second edition of the FIDIC Yellow Book, which was the subject of much debate due to the significant nature of some of the proposed changes. 16 Dec 2016
Recent decisions have given some clarification on the notice period needed when a sub-contractor on a FIDIC contract requests a time extension or an extra payment due to an unexpected event or circumstance.
The EU’s 2014 Public Procurement Directive softened the rules preventing companies from bidding for public contracts where they, or their directors, had been convicted of certain economic crimes.
The 2015 Public Contracts Regulations implement the EU's 2014 Public Sector Procurement Directive in England, Wales and Northern Ireland by essentially 'copying out' the articles of the EU directive
Many private sector organisations are using competitive tenders to procure goods and services or award significant contracts. Competitive tenders can be used to maintain a competitive edge and drive a better commercial deal.
This guide was last updated in September 2013.
The government could use the planned new rail link between Oxford and Cambridge as an opportunity for a "wholesale appraisal" of the way in which the UK's rail network is operated, an expert has said. 07 Dec 2016
The Australian government is to commission a study into the "potential benefits and impacts" of different road charging models, including the potential introduction of a 'user pays' model for car and van drivers, it has announced. 29 Nov 2016
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