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Programmatic Procurement: A Political Economy Review of the Transnet Freight Rail Competitive Supplier Development Programme

30 July 2014
Publication Type: Working Paper
JEL Code: H57, L9, L91, R4

Procurement policies in a country like South Africa have been targeted as a vehicle to achieve a range of social objectives. Public procurement allows the government to combine two functions, that of a purchaser in the market, and at the same time regulating the market through the use of its purchasing power to achieve social justice.

Series title: Working paper 447
1 July 2014
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