EPPPL 1/2022 – Covid Recovery, Locus Standi in Remedies, Value for Money, and China’s PPPs Market

Issue 1/2022 of the European Procurement & Public Private Partnerships Law Review (EPPPL) is available! Read articles on: the Portuguese Recovery and Resilience Plan and the special measures for public procurement connected to it; locus standi in public procurement remedies, with a focus on the interpretation of ‘particular contract’; an analysis of the Value for Money concept and whether it should be the sole criteria for opting for a PPP in infrastructure projects; the opportunities and challenges for foreign undertakings in China’s PPPs market.

Also in the new issue of EPPPL, find the latest updates from the Member States in the country reports section:

  • Bulgaria:  Key public procurement and concessions developments
  • Lithuania: Innovative, socially responsible, green and centralised public procurement
  • Slovenia: Legislative developments
  • United Kingdom: Post-Brexit rulebook, healthcare services commissioning, UK-Australia free trade agreement, and PPE procurement litigation

 


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