Access to the Market and the Transparency as Principles of Public Procurement in the Legal Environment of the EU Neighbourhood Policy

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The authors confront complexness and rigour of EU directives on public procurement vis-à-vis broad wording of international agreements concluded within EU neighbourhood policy. The firs reason for this comparison is ongoing spread of prin­ciples of the EU law to the third countries. The second reason is that both rely on the same goals: access to market ad fair environment via transparency because these prin­ciples constitute a subtle legal basis for public procurement legislation at all. Finally, these approaches were compared to the approaches employed in recent FTAs - CETA and EUSFTA. This paper is an output in a project granted by APVV-17-0641: Improvement of effective­ness of legal regulation of public procurement within EU law context

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