Big decision of Trivandra government, Chinese companies have no entry in the state

Till now there was no such system. Due to this, companies from China and other neighbouring countries were participating in the global tender.

The government has banned the participation of companies from neighbouring countries including China in the state. It was approved in a cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat on Wednesday.

After this decision of the state government, no neighbouring company including China will be able to participate in the global tender. It is known that after increasing tensions from China, the central government had changed the rules of procurement and tender from neighbouring countries a few months back. So that Chinese companies cannot invest in the country. But in the state

Till now there was no such system. Due to this, companies from China and other neighbouring countries were participating in the global tender.

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Due to L-One in the tender, there could have been bottlenecks in the companies of China or other neighbouring countries. Because of this, the state government has amended its provision rule and approved the implementation of the rules implemented by the central government.

After this decision, now the companies of China and other neighbouring countries will not be able to participate in the tenders done by the state government. In such a situation, now Chinese companies will not be able to enter the state.

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