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Last edited 07 Jan 2022
Prejudice to commercial interests
Transforming public procurement was published by the Cabinet Office in December 2020. It suggests that prejudice to commercial interests means: ‘commercially sensitive information which, if disclosed, would cause detriment to the ability of a person/ entity to do business. The impact of this could include giving commercial advantage to the competition, and/or loss of shareholder / customer / supplier confidence.’
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