How Afghanistan's Public Procurement Reform is Changing?

The Diplomat 1 (1):1-4 (2017)
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The paper provides a brief analysis of Afghanistan's public procurement reform. It describes the contents of the reform, the change process, and identifies the key elements of its success. The paper also discusses the challenges and resistance to reform by its stakeholders and provides policy recommendations.



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