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The Internationalization of Government Procurement Regulation$
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Aris C. Georgopulos, Bernard Hoekman, and Petros C. Mavroidis

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780198796749

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2017

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198796749.001.0001

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Internationalization of Public Procurement Law and Relevance of International Norms and Frameworks

Internationalization of Public Procurement Law and Relevance of International Norms and Frameworks

The Case of China

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(p.368) 14 Internationalization of Public Procurement Law and Relevance of International Norms and Frameworks
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The Internationalization of Government Procurement Regulation
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Cao Fuguo

Zhou Fen

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198796749.003.0015

This chapter reviews the main attributes of the Chinese public procurement laws, identifying the areas where international norms are relevant. It reviews the procurement issues in the PTAs to which China is party and China’s process toward the WTO’s Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA), revealing China’s current standing toward procurement law internationalization. It argues that the relationships between the Chinese domestic and international system are proactive. On one hand, international regimes are relevant to the Chinese system, and with China’s GPA progress, this relevance may be intensified and of special implication. On the other, a developed Chinese system may contribute to the internationalization of its procurement law. Given the benefits and challenges posed by China’s accession negotiation to the GPA, it is suggested that GPA members accept China sooner but with a relatively smaller offer and that internationalization of the Chinese procurement law could be incremental.

Keywords:   China, public procurement laws, international norms, WTO, GPA, accession

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