Iraqi buyers seek global suppliers

Kanter, Jake
September 2008
Supply Management;9/18/2008, Vol. 13 Issue 19, p12
The article discusses the efforts of purchasers in Iraq to encourage global vendors to bid for contracts in the country to drive savings and help them to avoid corruption. It notes that public sector purchasers want to open up contract opportunities to a wider market. It states that the Iraqi government and state-owned businesses can spend up to $90 billion on third party supplies.


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