In the year of the adoption of the European Constitution, the common market and its principles have been assessed by European institutions. Considerable progress has been made in achieving a frontier-less European Union; however, trade obstacles still remain. Public procurement has been re-affirmed as a key parameter for the common market and at the same time as an important policy tool at domestic level.
KeywordsPublic Procurement Public Capital European Institution Common Market Public Market
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