Strong systems to challenge public tender awards are inevitable

Strong systems to challenge public tender awards are inevitable

In many ways, going back to the 1980s, Australia and New Zealand have acted as both incubators and initiators of reforms subsequently implemented in developed and developing economies. From mid-term reviews (of officials like Central Bank Governers) to independent monetary policy development and tax innovation, we owe a lot to the ingenuity of antipodean policy […]

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