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Business lobbies object to public procurement law changes
   
Changes to the public procurement law, pushed forward by the government, will give excessive rights to institutions granting contracts and may discourage honest firms from participating in public procurement procedures, business lobbies' representatives say.

The new rules, which will likely be passed by the lower chamber of Parliament and may be altered only by the Senate, introduces regulations barring firms that paid contractual fines of over 5% of a contract from running in public procurement tenders for 3 years and banning forever those firms that saw a public contract termination by an investor.