The EU Commission clarifies the relationship between the Altmark criteria and public procurement rules (POL)

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Altmark and Public Procurement: Definition and Award of Contracts* Introduction Ever since the Court of Justice ruled on Altmark ten years ago there has been a growing literature on the specific conditions that have to be satisfied so that public assistance to a provider of services of general economic interest [SGEI] does not constitute state aid. In this context, the relationship between the Altmark criteria and the public procurement rules of the EU have been the subject of considerable discussion and speculation in the literature. The purpose of this posting is to compare the latest and the first Commission decision that examined whether the current rules on SGEI and in particular those that refer to public procurement are correctly implemented. Commission Decision 2013/435 on

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Phedon Nicolaides, The EU Commission clarifies the relationship between the Altmark criteria and public procurement rules (POL), 28 mars 2013, e-Competitions State aid and Service of General Economic Interest, Art. N° 57955

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