EU Public Procurement Law addresses one of the most important areas of European integration. With a magnitude approaching 1 trillion euros in supplies, works and services and representing almost 12 percent of the European Union’s GDP, public procurement regulation represents a key objective of the vision of the European Union in becoming the most competitive economy in the world by 2010.
Elgar European Law series
Chapter 6: Qualitative selection in public sector procurement
Subjects: law - academic, european law
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