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Conclusions

  • Christopher Bovis

Abstract

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.

Keywords

Public Procurement Public Capital European Institution Common Market Public Market 
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© Christopher Bovis 2005

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  • Christopher Bovis

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