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PATRIA Requests An Investigation On Portuguese Vehicle Deal

Category: Defence Industry

Patria has submitted a request for investigation to the Public Attorney’s Office of the Administrative Court in Lisbon regarding the contract signed between the Portuguese State and Steyr Daimler Puch GmbH for the delivery of 260 Pandur II wheeled armoured vehicles.

Patria believes it has firm evidence on misconducts during the tender and contract formation procedures, which caused that the products defined by the contract were ultimately different from what was originally defined by the public tender requirements. Patria wishes, that the Public Attorney will investigate the claims to achieve a transparent and fair assessment of the case.

Any non-fulfilment of any essential requirement should have caused the exclusion of such proposal and the respective competitor from the Portuguese tender procedure. This regulation was not correctly applied to Steyr.


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