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Any investment of public money in a private undertaking has the potential to be unlawful state aid if it gives that undertaking an economic advantage over its competitors.
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Fujitsu brought proceedings against IBM, claiming that IBM had breached the subcontract including obligations of fiduciary duty and good faith.
According to recent research, a growing number of the UK workforce is now aged 65 and over; the figure is twice as many as in 1992.
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The Communities and Local Government Committee of the House of Commons has published its report on local government procurement.
Concerns have been voiced that it is difficult to find out what has been going on in outsourced contracts — until it is too late.
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