Competition regime: Public procurement

Public procurement is the purchase of goods or services by public bodies. This Practice note considers the European Union obligations imposed on purchasing authorities to award contracts on an open, competitive and non-discriminatory basis. The options available to a supplier of goods or services where a purchaser does not comply with EU procurement rules are also explored.

Craig Pouncey and Adrian Brown, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

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