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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 10, October 2017 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Improve The Capacity Of Competition About The Financial In The Bid Construction

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Xuan Nam Chu



capacity of competition, bid, construction



According to experts, enhancing competitiveness is an important solution for enterprises to build competitive capacity in bidding, deciding the majority of win or lose in bidding. A good contractor can be eliminated in the first round because the bid does not meet the requirements of the investor. In order to have a good quality of bids, enterprises should pay attention to the following tasks: organizing the preparation of bidding dossiers, setting the bidding prices, selecting the optimum construction methods and work implementation plans. after bidding. Improving the quality of the bid preparation process should start from improving the quality of the staff in charge of bidding. At present, the experience of bidding of many enterprises is limited, especially the experience of working with foreign investors. Therefore, businesses need to build a team of qualified professionals in the field of bidding. The training and professional fostering in this field should be carried out annually. They focus on foreign languages, informatics, knowledge of law and knowledge on international bidding. This is considered important preparatory steps that enterprises want to improve their competitiveness when participating in bidding, especially participation in bidding packages using international donors and bidding packages cannot ignore it.



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