A procuring entity shall make available to suppliers tender documents containing all the information necessary to enable suppliers to produce and submit responsive tenders. Unless already provided for in the contract notice, these documents must contain a full description: recognising the need for an effective multilateral framework for government procurement, in order to achieve greater liberalisation and development of international trade and to improve the framework for the implementation of international trade; which are carried out under a covered contract in which the supplier has or has had an interest. The rules of procedure applicable to all disputes shall be recorded in writing and made accessible to all. Wishing to promote acceptance of and accession to this Agreement by WTO Members which are not Parties to this Agreement, the non-application of this Agreement between the various Parties, including their contracting entities listed in Annex 2 or 3, shall be invited to publish their opinions free of charge by electronic means through a central access point. Arbitration procedures to facilitate the settlement of objections, recognizing that procedural obligations under this Agreement should be sufficiently flexible to take into account the particular circumstances of each Party; The Parties to this Agreement (hereinafter referred to as “the Parties”), Published Title: Revised Agreement on Government Procurement, recognizing the need to address the development, financial and trade needs of developing countries, in particular the least developed countries; This treaty was submitted to Parliament in February 2019. unless the requirements of the tender documents are substantially modified; Ref: ISBN 978-1-5286-1046-9, CP 52 PDF, 3.95MB, 464 pages, it may use the provisions of the Agreement on Dispute Settlement Rules and Procedures (hereinafter referred to as “Dispute Settlement Agreement”) for a solution satisfactory to both parties. . . .