Liechtenstein - Sub-Central Government Entities - Annex 2 doc report

Thresholds for: SDR
Goods 200,000
Services 200,000
Construction services 5,000,000
National Currencies
  • 1 Public Authorities at local level
    • 2 All Bodies governed by public law. 1

      1 The following shall not be considered as covered procurement: show more/less

      a procurement by procuring entities covered under this Annex in regard of suppliers, services and service providers from the United States;

      b procurement by procuring entities covered under this Annex in regard of goods, services, suppliers and services suppliers from Canada;

      c procurement by procuring entities covered under this Annex in regard of procurement of FSCĀ 58 (communications, protection and coherent radiation equipment) from Canada;

      until such time as the Principality of Liechtenstein has accepted that the Parties concerned provide satisfactory reciprocal access for goods, suppliers, services and service providers of the Principality of Liechtenstein to their own procurement market.

      2 The provisions of Article XVIII shall not apply to suppliers and service providers of: show more/less

      a Israel, Japan and Korea in contesting the award of contracts listed in Annex 2, paragraph 2, until such time as the Principality of Liechtenstein accepts that they have completed coverage of sub-central entities;

      b Israel, Japan and Korea in contesting the award of contracts by entities of the Principality of Liechtenstein, whose value is less than the threshold applied for the same category of contracts awarded by these Parties;

      c Japan, Korea and the United States of America in contesting the award of contracts to a supplier or service provider of Parties other than those mentioned, which are small- or medium-sized enterprises under the relevant provisions of the law of Liechtenstein until such time as the Principality of Liechtenstein accepts that they no longer operate discriminatory measures in favour of certain domestic small and minority businesses.

      1 A body is considered to be governed by public law where it:
      i. is established for the specific purpose of meeting needs in the general interest, not being of an industrial or commercial nature;
      ii. has legal personality; and
      iii. is financed for the most part by the State, or regional or local authorities, or other bodies governed by public law, or is subject to management supervision by those bodies, or has an administrative, managerial or supervisory board more than half of whose members are appointed by the State, regional or local authorities, or other bodies governed by public law.