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Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ?

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Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ? Empty Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ?

Post by CoutCali 5th May 2020, 9:56 pm

https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-04-29/coronavirus-masks-arrival-california-gavin-newsom-byd

3 million coronavirus masks arrive in California as part of quiet deal with Chinese company


Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ? ?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcalifornia-times-brightspot.s3.amazonaws.com%2Fbd%2Fb2%2Fab6072534ac2b1139d72efe3d09e%2Fchina-auto-show
BYD, a Chinese automaker with an assembly plant in L.A. County, agreed to make 200 million masks a month for California, Gov. Gavin Newsom has said, though details of the deal are under wraps.
(Mark Schiefelbein / Associated Press)



By JOHN MYERSSACRAMENTO BUREAU CHIEF 
APRIL 29, 2020
8:28 PM


SACRAMENTO — 
 
The first shipment of protective masks purchased from a Chinese company by advisors to Gov. Gavin Newsom arrived in California over the weekend, part of a still-confidential agreement costing California taxpayers almost $1 billion.
[color:5dad=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0)]Newsom briefly mentioned the delivery in his remarks Wednesday on the state’s coronavirus response, and it was later confirmed by the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. In all, the state received some 3 million surgical masks made by BYD, a company known for building electric vehicles with an assembly plant in Los Angeles County.
The masks “arrived on Saturday night, got into the state warehouse on Sunday, started getting distributed to 18 specific sites yesterday,” Newsom said. “And as more protective gear comes in, more quickly, we’ll get it out.”
Newsom has said BYD agreed to make 200 million masks a month for California, a contract that runs through the end of June at a total cost of $990 million. Most of those will be N95 masks, highly sought by emergency responders and healthcare workers. The contract reportedly calls for 150 million N95 masks. Those that arrived Saturday on a flight from China to Los Angeles were traditional surgical masks, of which the state expects to receive 50 million.

The exact details of the lucrative contract have been kept under wraps since the governor revealed its existence during an interview with MSNBC host Rachel Maddow on April 7. The following day, The Times asked for the agreement and the details of the purchase, a request has not yet been fulfilled by the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. Administration officials have declined to tell anyone, including members of the Legislature, exactly how much each mask is costing the state.
Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ? ?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcalifornia-times-brightspot.s3.amazonaws.com%2Fbb%2Ff1%2F8cc5f16142a197a37cdfd80ba5e5%2Frzsylmju.jpeg
[size=18]Three million masks made by Chinese electric-car maker BYD arrived in California this week, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday. 
(California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services)


In two separate public hearings, Democratic and Republican lawmakers have criticized the secrecy surrounding the BYD contract. The same night that Newsom touted the deal on national television, administration officials asked the Legislature’s joint budget committee for permission to waive an existing 72-hour rule to spend $495 million for a first installment on the purchase. On Monday, officials told lawmakers a $104.7-million payment was due — bringing the total paid to BYD’s healthcare supply subsidiary to $599.7 million.
BYD launched its effort to enter the protective mask-making business in March. Though the products are being made in China, the partnership with the state involves the company’s California subsidiary — the operator of a vehicle assembly plant in Lancaster that was awarded a $3-million state tax credit in 2015.


“This is an organization that has a manufacturing capability that is specifically designed to meet this need. And this is a great partnership because it is a California-based company,” said Mark Ghilarducci, director of the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, on April 8.
State officials have insisted that the undisclosed contract requires the N95 masks made by BYD to first be approved for effectiveness by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. A BYD spokesman said Wednesday that the certification could come as soon as the end of the week and that the first shipment of surgical masks was slightly ahead of schedule.
Communities across California have an urgent need for masks and other protective gear. On Tuesday, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced the city will purchase 24 million N95 masks from North Carolina manufacturer Honeywell. The first 100,000 masks in that order are expected to arrive in May and will cost 79 cents each, Garcetti said.
The cost per mask of those made by BYD could be much higher. State officials have declined for more than three weeks to provide additional details, citing concerns that the masks could somehow be commandeered by an outside entity during the process of delivering them to California.
Newsom hinted at the first installment of BYD masks in three successive public events this week but never mentioned the company by name. On Wednesday, he said the masks will be a key component of California’s pandemic response.
“We recognize the totality of the need is in the tens of millions,” he said. “And that’s why we went forward with a rather substantial procurement.”


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Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ? Empty Re: Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ?

Post by CoutCali 5th May 2020, 10:01 pm

Tội cho dân đóng thuế, không phải tiền của tụi nó nên tụi nó tha hồ quăng tiền qua cửa sổ

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Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ? Empty Re: Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ?

Post by MuaThuDuoiMua 5th May 2020, 10:28 pm

Products ... Made in China again ...  bua
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Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ? Empty Re: Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ?

Post by CoutCali 6th May 2020, 11:01 am

MuaThuDuoiMua wrote:Products ... Made in China again ...  bua
Thằng thống đốc này là cháu của con mụ Peplowshit nên nó ủng hộ China là chuyện ai cũng hiểu

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Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ? Empty Re: Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ?

Post by CoutCali 8th May 2020, 10:50 pm

[size=46]California to get $247 million refund after massive order of N95 masks from China is delayed
Published: May 7, 2020 at 10:26 a.m. ET
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Associated Press


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California Gov. Gavin Newsom.

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[size=17]SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California will be refunded $247 million it paid to a Chinese company under a major deal for protective masks after the company failed to meet a deadline for federal certification of the masks, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration said Wednesday.

Newsom announced the contract last month to fanfare, saying California had inked a nearly $1 billion deal for 200 million protective masks per month amid the coronavirus pandemic. Most were set to be tight-fitting N-95 respirator masks, while the rest would be looser-fitting surgical masks. Millions of the surgical masks already arrived, but the company missed an April 30 deadline outlined in the contract for certification of the N95 masks by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
The respirator masks were set to start arriving this month, with tens of millions planned for shipment in May. The governor’s office provided no details on what caused the certification delay.
The $247 million is half of an up-front payment the state made for the contract in April in an unusual move of making a payment before goods were delivered. The state could’ve clawed back all of its up-front payment under the original agreement, but an amendment signed Wednesday gives the company another month to meet the certification. If the masks aren’t certified by May 31, California can get the rest of the payment back in early June.

The state paid $3.30 per N95 and 55 cents per surgical mask under the contract. The state made a seperate $104.7 million payment last week for the delivery of the surgical masks.
While the state initially sought 100 million surgical masks through the deal, it now plans to buy even more, according to the amendment, though it didn’t include a specific number. The state and BYD must set an updated delivery schedule for the surgical masks by Friday.
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A new payment and delivery schedule for the N95 masks must be set by May 22. Under the federal certification process, the final validation step would take place in Utah, Newsom said previously. It wasn’t clear where the delay in the federal certification process occurred or whether the masks had yet arrived in the United States.
Newsom said last month that the state and federal governments had “teams on the ground” in China auditing and visiting BYD’s factories.
Newsom’s administration declined for weeks to share the contract publicly, prompting criticism from lawmakers. On Tuesday, the state’s Office of Emergency Services and Department of General Services denied the Associated Press’ request for the contract, saying sharing it could jeopardize the delivery of the supplies.
But Newsom reversed course, saying he wanted to release it to be “as transparent as possible.” When the surgical masks began arriving, Newsom said he was confident the supplies would arrive and he became more comfortable sharing the details. He said the state’s payment of $3.30 per mask was low compared to other states and federal buyers that had paid about $6 to $7 per mask

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Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ? Empty Re: Tại sao thống đốc Cali lại không minh bạch thông tin về vụ dùng $1 tỷ US để mua mask từ công ty sản xuất đồ điện bên China ?

Post by CoutCali 8th May 2020, 10:50 pm

Mua mask made in China giá mắc gấp mấy lần mua ở North Carolina, đã vậy tụi nó còn không thèm ship cho đủ mất 1/2 tiền ... mất mặt chưa ???

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