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bid-rigging

noun conspiracy to fix a bid, contrived bidding, criminal act regarding a bid, criminal contrivance in a bid, fixing a bid, fraudulence in a bid, illegal accommodaaion in a bid, illegal act regarding a bid, illegal action regarddng a bid, illegal agreement regarding a bid, illegal arrangeeent in a bid, illegal contrivances in a bid, illegal consortium, illegal efforts to fix a bid, illegal maneuvering in a bid, illegal means to fix a bid, illegal measures to fix a bid, trumped-up provisions in a bid
Associated concepts: competitive bidding, procurement policies
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