August 02 2011
For companies that wish to participate in tender processes in Mexico, there are a number of regulatory provisions to consider. One of the most important is the Regulation on the Public Works and Related Services Law, which has been in force since July 29 2010. Among other things, it provides as follows:
The regulation also establishes rules on the filing and opening of proposals. It sets out the documents that a bidder must enclose in its sealed bid, as well as the requirements for delivery of the bid. It takes account of the fact that bidders may already be registered with the Contractors Registry, thereby avoiding the need to refile documents for each bidding process and to provide evidence of relevant experience. In addition, the regulation modifies the cases in which a public bid will be declared void.
For further information on this topic please contact Daniel Maldonado-Alcántara or Cecilia Curiel Piña at Sanchez-DeVanny Eseverri SC by telephone (+52 55 9000 2668), fax (+52 55 9000 2667) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
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