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Context: The client allocated the project requirement(Negotiation was conducting with us previously) to a different vendor(Our Competitor). Although who has a fresh project requirement to provide to us after confirming with co-partner.


How can we reply to this in business English?

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This doesn't make sense. You don't allocate a project requirement.

Do you mean that the client hired a company to prepare the project requirement?

Or do you mean that the client prepared the project requirement and then hired a company to complete the project?

Your text has other problems as well, but please clarify this point first.

Clive

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We had discussed with the client "a www project" but he has assigned it to another company. Even though he has a different a"yyy" project for us. we are happy to start the discussion for the new one(yyy).

So, that's why how can we reply to it("yyy"New project requirement) by email(Thank you email for new requirement)?

We had discussed with the client the possibility of contracting with us for "a www project" but he has assigned awarded it to another company. Even though Now he has a different "yyy" project for us. We are happy to start the discussion for the new project (yyy).


We are happy to discuss your new project, and the possibly of doing business.