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Tokyo Olympics Karate mat 1 yen successful bid Generally around 5 million yen

2019-11-21T02:55:51.109Z

In the bid that the Organizing Committee made to procure mats for use in the Karate of the Tokyo Olympics, you can see that the contractor was winning for 1 yen ...



Tokyo Olympics Karate mat 1 yen successful bid Generally, about 5 million yen November 21, 11:48

It was found that the contractor was making a successful bid for 1 yen in a bid made by the Games Organizing Committee to procure mats for use in the Karate of the Tokyo Olympics. According to the Organizing Committee, there is no problem with the amount determined by the contractor as useful for future business activities.

According to the Organizing Committee, in order to procure mats to be used at the Nippon Budokan where Karate is held at the Tokyo Olympics and practice venues, a general competitive bidding was held in July, and four of them participated. Made a bid for 1 yen.

In general, the mats used for procurement will cost around 5 million yen in total, but the Organizing Committee used the products of two companies at the Karate Test Competition held at the Nippon Budokan in September. After confirming and listening to the opinions of the players, Saitama Prefecture's contractor made a successful bid for 1 yen on the 1st of last month.

The Organizing Committee publicly announces tender information on the official website, including the amount of the successful bid, in principle, but this time it is judged that there is a risk of excessive competition between suppliers, and the amount is not disclosed It was.

The organizing committee said, “I don't think it will be dumping. The amount that the contractor decided to be useful in future business activities was decided and we confirmed that there was no problem with the quality and delivery system. There is no problem. "

Source: nhk

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