Exceedable


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The estimated value of the contract is maximum and not exceedable. If it is exceeded, the bidder%s bid will be excluded.
Although the number of victims would depend on where an attack takes place, the type of pathogen, and the sophistication of the weapons maker, there is widespread consensus among experts that a heightened attack would inflict casualties exceedable only by nuclear weapons.
More information The expected value of the public contract is maximum and not exceedable. A participant who fails to comply with this requirement of the Contracting Authority will be excluded from the tender procedure.