Competition Law and Public Procurement : An «inventory of fixtures»

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. 1. During a competition workshop organised on 5 June 2002 by the DGGCRF on the subject of public procurement and competition, Mr Noël Diricq, head of the regulation and security department, closed the discussions as follows: "The question of the link between competition and public procurement is a clear and predictable trap: it is an infernal couple, i.e. intimate, ancient, inseparable and so many times irreconcilable, and living above all on so many equivocations..." [1]. 2. The ambiguities mentioned by Mr Diricq had already been apparent a few years earlier, when, at another competition workshop on 29 March 2000 on the subject of The Administrative Judge

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  • Schmitt Avocats (Paris)

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Elias Berkani, Competition Law and Public Procurement : An «inventory of fixtures», February 2007, Concurrences N° 1-2007, Art. N° 13046, pp. 58-67

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