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acting in their capacity...
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two reports that contain good news for PFI and the PFI procurement
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With effect from 1 January 2002, new conversion
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The UK Office of Government Commerce is seeking
comments on the European Commission's new package of public
procurement proposals, recently published...
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time limits regarding complaints
The Court of Appeal in the UK has recently had to
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implications of Dutch procurement law for public private
The ECJ recently ruled on the definition of a public body in the
context of the Directive on public procurement. The issue was
raised by BFI, an undertaking...
The recent ruling in Spain v Commission by the Court of First
Instance will have far reaching implications for all areas where
the Commission’s decisions...
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