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Market development identifies both stakeholder and business needs and the changes required in order to implement the procurement strategy to meet those needs flexibly.

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Dealing with Monopolistic and Distorted Supply Markets

While all procurement procedures allow for some deviation from the ‘normal’ approach, the default assumption is often that the buyer will try to harness competitive tension. But what if...

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