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The business of grain

An organized network operated by entrepreneurs was allegedly behind the National Assistance Program's (PAN) purchase of food for schools in remote area.

The modus operandi of the network was as follows: it received bids from three companies with their respective offers, and then the government would select a contractor from one of those companies.

This process was revealed by former PAN Director Rafael Guardia Jaén Thursday before prosecutors.

Guardia Jaén explained that "the same vendor had three quotes, but from different companies," he said. "The companies belonged to the same people."

This led to higher prices being charged the government.

Guardia Jáen and fellow former PAN official Giacomo Tamburelli face corruption charges for the handling of PAN funds. 

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