This blog discusses the direct impact of public procurement on economic stability and development, utilizing countries such as Rwanda, Georgia, Afghanistan, and Tanzania to showcase examples of positive and negative impacts. This piece highlights that public procurement isn't just a process - it's the heartbeat of nations, influencing the very fabric of their socio-economic landscapes.
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