CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC PROCUREMENT – ACCESS TO PUBLIC PROCUREMENT – FOREIGN COMPANIES – NON-TARIFF BARRIERS – CLASSIFICATION

Access to public procurement: The OECD develops a tool allowing identification of measures affecting trade of foreign companies in government procurement processes (Taxonomy of measures affecting trade in government procurement processes)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The OECD published in 2017 the first classification system for non-tariff barriers in access to government procurement. In order to compare legal and economic analyses of non-tariff measures, the author of this Chronicle was involved in the preparation of this Methodology as a lawyer specialising in transnational and international public procurement law. In the context of the rise of protectionism that we are witnessing in different regions of the world, this tool is timely to help understand the different rules that may be put in place by States to prohibit, limit or contain the participation of foreign companies in their tenders. However, the subject is

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Laurence Folliot Lalliot, Access to public procurement: The OECD develops a tool allowing identification of measures affecting trade of foreign companies in government procurement processes (Taxonomy of measures affecting trade in government procurement processes), 8 February 2017, Concurrences N° 3-2017, Art. N° 84629, pp. 164-165

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