August 03 2010
On June 1 2010 Parliament passed the Law on Public Procurement (2289-VI), which sets out the legal and economic basis for the public procurement of goods, works and services. The law entered in force on the date of official publication, June 30 2010, and was officially implemented 30 days thereafter.
The law applies to procurement undertaken fully or partly at the state's expense, provided that the total value of the procurement is no less than UAH100,000 for goods and services or UAH300,000 for works. However, the law does not apply to:
The Ministry of Economy is authorized to execute state regulation and control in the sphere of public procurement. The law provides for:
Ukrainian and foreign entities are entitled to participate in procurement procedures on equal terms.
For further information on this topic please contact Wolfram Rehbock or Sergiy Shklyar at Arzinger by telephone (+380 44 390 5533), fax (+380 44 390 5540) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
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