EPPPL 4/2018 – The intricacies of Public Procurement and PPPs

The latest issue of the European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review brings detailed analysis of law and policy matters from Europe and beyond. This number features the Integration of Defence Procurement in the EU, the question of Abnormaly Low Tenders and State aid, an exploration of the issue of Reservation of Public Contracts for social purposes, Access to Review by an Excluded Tenderer, the Belgian landscape of Procurement and Concession Law, the interplay between the UN Sustainable Development Goals and PPPs in the Ukraine, as well as insights into Nigerian Procurement of Infrastructure Projects and the PP Legal Framework in that country.

We also have annotations on the recent judgment of the CJEU’s General Court in T-292/15 Vakakis kai Synergates v Commission, and reports on the latest developments in Switzerland.



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