Netherlands: ‘dirty tricks’ make Keolis lose €900 million contract

French multinational transportation company, Keolis, has lost its initial €900-million contract definitively to provide ‘zero-emission’ public bus transport in three Dutch provinces for the next ten years. The provinces Gelderland, Overijssel, and Flevoland, decided to break the contract after it turned out ‘dirty tricks’ were used to win the tender. ‘Fraudulous side letters’, secret agreements
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