China’s Government Procurement Policy

By , July 2, 2010

One of the major issues at May 2010’s Strategic and Economic Dialogue between the U.S. and China was China’s government procurement policy.  Up there with peace on the Korean peninsula, Iranian sanctions and currency reform, was the compliant that the Chinese government unfairly discriminates against foreign companies when it purchases good for itself.  How did government procurement become such a hot topic and what does China’s government procurement policies really mean for U.S.-China relations?  To answer these questions and more, on June 8, 2010, China Law & Policy sat down with Brett Gerson, an associate in the international trade and public procurement practices at Reed Smith and co-author of the recent article “Can China’s Government Procurement Market be Cracked?

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