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International Public Procurement Law

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ISBN13: 9789041196859
ISBN: 9041196854
Published: February 1999
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £197.00

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In an attempt to reduce barriers to international trade, public procurement agreements have evolved during the last three decades of the 20th-century at both global and regional levels. These agreements give rise to a number of complex, topical issues. Yet apart from studies on European Union procurement rules, there are few books on public procurement, particularly covering regional procurement agreements.

This study provides an assessment of these agreements, focusing on the problem of protectionism in government procurement, long recognized as a major barrier to international trade.;Procurement lawyers, experts and officials; international economic law professors; public international lawyers; and international organizations should all appreciate this guide to understanding international procurement agreements, including the new tendering rules they impose.

It also features coverage of all types of international public procurement regimes, multilateral, regional and bilateral.

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Local Government Law
The problem of protectionist procurement policies
normative analysis of domestic preference policies in government procurement
early attempts to eliminate domestic preference policies - the European Free Trade Association
the European Community - the first try
on the multilateral level - the GATT code on government procurement
a bilateral approach - government procurement under the Israel-United States free trade agreement
government procurement under the Canada-United States free trade agreement
opening up procurement markets in the European Community - a second try
public procurement under the North American free trade agreement (NAFTA)
back to the multilateral level - the Uruguay round and the GATT procurement code.