The Italian Competition Authority publishes a Vademecum intended to help procurement agencies detect infringements of competition law in the context of public bids

On 26 October 2013, the ICA published a “Vademecum” (guide) intended to help procurement agencies to detect infringements of competition law in the context of public bids. This is particularly interesting not only for its contents, but because the ICA usually refrains from providing formal or informal guidance. The opening statement refers to the ICA’s consolidated case law, according to which more than 20 investigations have been carried out in recent

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Filippo Fioretti, The Italian Competition Authority publishes a Vademecum intended to help procurement agencies detect infringements of competition law in the context of public bids, 26 October 2013, e-Competitions October 2013, Art. N° 77267

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