Is it a question of disagreement between subject and verb?


the aim is to build a conditional sentence: "...were the Consortium finally awarded... and the terms and conditions... met XXX requirements, XXX [then] would favourably consider submitting..."

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We may now inform you that FIEM management has attributed a high interest to the Project - a kind of infrastructure investment where Spain technological leadership is extensively renowned - and would favourably consider submitting a proposal to FIEM's Executive Board for the provision of financial support, should the Consortium were finally awarded the preferred bidder status and the terms and conditions set up for the transaction met FIEM's requirements.
asked Jul 08 '12 at 23:29 JUAN IGNACIO COMIN New member

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