The Approach of EU Member States
Edited by Steen Treumer and Mario Comba
Chapter 4: Transposition of Directive 2014/24 in Finland: a minimum approach with a lot of national specialities
French law diverges less from EU procurement law now than used to be the case. This is not only due to the well-known tendency to create detailed directives, but also because France now favours a more flexible approach, especially regarding negotiation, and because some French specificities have been extended at EU level (reserved contracts to workshops, innovation partnerships, division into lots). However, there remain some overimplementations and risks of mistransposition, which may be redressed when the Code de la commande publique is adopted (expected towards the end of 2018).
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