Railway Administration gets a fine for faulty tender proceedings

The Office for the Protection of Competition (ÚOHS )issued a 900-thousand-crown fine to the national Railway Infrastructure Administration for breaking free-competition rules in a 237-million-crown tender to modernize a part of a railway line. The ÚOHS claims the railway administration disqualified the bid by the construction giant Skanska without proper cause, even though the price offered was at least a fourth lower than the final price of the project.

Author: Masha Volynsky