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Public procurement: An overview of EU and national case law

The overlap between competition law and public procurement regulation is more than just an interface of academic and practical significance. For me, and many others, this was the genesis of our involvement in the field of public procurement. In common with many public procurement lawyers of my generation, I came to public procurement from a competition law context. I was working in Brussels as a competition lawyer with a sideline in following the creation of the Single Market. That context is significant because at the time (before any Government Procurement Agreement) the gains to be made from public procurement legislation were seen to be much the same as the gains to be derived from the whole package – the benefits of trading in a larger single market where resources would be better

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Michael Bowsher, Public procurement : An overview of EU and national case law, 4 novembre 2021, e-Competitions Public procurement, Art. N° 103118

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