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Concession: The European Parliament and the Council renew the definition of concessions in European Union law

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Some time ago, Professor Lichère remarked that the coming years "could be those of concessions" (F. Lichère, "L'évolution du droit des concessions en droit communautaire", in L'évolution des concessions dans les droits européens nationaux et dans le droit communautaire, colloquium organised on 22 May 2008 by the MADP chair at Sciences Po Paris). The enactment by the EU legislator of a directive specifically devoted to concessions confirms this. Concessions will now be subject to minimum award requirements once they exceed the threshold set out in the Directive. This development obviously involves determining which contracts will be subject to these new

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Arnaud Sée, Concession: The European Parliament and the Council renew the definition of concessions in European Union law, 28 March 2014, Concurrences N° 2-2014, Art. N° 65887, pp. 194-197

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