Public Procurement in China (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
208
Utgivningsdatum
2023-12-31
Förlag
Routledge
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780415462761
Public Procurement in China (inbunden)

Public Procurement in China

A Long March Towards Integration into the Global Trading System

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Owing to its massive state sector, public procurement in China is a critical element of public policy. At the same time, because of its considerable market size, public procurement is of increasing importance for international trade, and thus subject to enacted regulations in most countries and has been put on the agenda of international and regional trade organisations, such as the WTO. This book examines China's public procurement regime since the launching of market-oriented reform in 1978. It outlines the development of the relevant national laws and their implementing regulations, which have evolved from scratch since the onset of economic reform. It considers the impact of WTO membership, and the steps China has taken to initiate negotiations on accession to the WTO Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) by the end of 2007. It also provides a detailed picture of the current legal framework, assessing the impact of key legislative measures including the Tendering Law of 2000 and the Government Procurement Law of 2003. While both laws were drafted with the help of international experts and organisations such as the EU, there remain a number of inconsistencies in China's public procurement regime, such as the overlap between the scope of application in laws and jurisdiction of government agencies. This book shows how these issues, that are hard for the international community to understand, will have a profound impact on China's domestic policy agenda and its integration into the global trading system. Overall, this book is important not only for those who want to understand China's procurement regime and public policy, but also for business people requiring a detailed picture of the current legal and regulatory environment.
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Ping Wang is Achilles Lecturer in Chinese Law and Public Procurement, and Deputy Director of the Procurement Research Group at the University of Nottingham, UK. His articles have been published in leading journals including Journal of International Economic Law, Journal of Public Contract Law, and Public Procurement Law Review.

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1. Introduction: Public Procurement in China 2. The Tendering Law and its Implementing Regulations 3. The Government Procurement Law and its Implementing Regulations 4. Procurement of Chinese State Enterprises: To what Extent is it Regulated? 5. Electronic Procurement in China 6. Public Procurement in China's WTO Accession and other Trade Instruments China Participated 7. China's GPA Accession: Challenges for International Regulation and Domestic Reform 8. China's Long March to the Integration into Global Public Procurement Regime: The Way Forward