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The "Government Procurement Agreement" (GPA) is a plurilateral agreement of the World Trade Organization (WTO), with the goal of promoting member countries to open the government procurement market and expand international trade. The GPA is voluntarily signed by WTO members. Currently, there are 14 participants including the United States and the European Union, and a total of 41 countries and regions have signed agreements.

China has started negotiations to join the GPA at the end of 2007. Joining the GPA negotiations involves two aspects: the scope of market opening and the adjustment of domestic laws. Among them, the scope of government procurement market opening is determined by the participants through negotiation in the form of a bid list. The bid list includes 5 attachments and a general note. Among them, Annexes 1 to 3 are the open lists of procurement entities, which respectively set the threshold prices of central procurement entities, sub-central procurement entities, other procurement entities and their respective open projects that promise to open; Annexes 4 and 5 are the open lists of procurement projects, respectively Service items and engineering projects open to each procuring entity; general remarks list exceptions to the implementation of GPA rules.

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