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Public Procurement, Public Private Partnerships and State Aid Rules: A Symbiotic Relationship

Phedon Nicolaides, Sarah Schoenmaekers

In January 2014, the European Parliament has approved the new legislative package on Public Procurement. The new regime is expected to be more accessible for SMEs, less complex andmore flexible. The increased flexibility which gives rise to greater discretion to Contracting Authorities, specifically in the light of the new competitive negotiated procedure, may however create a greater risk of favouritism. However, when public authorities purchase supplies, services or


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