MEPs are sharpening up the European Parliament’s position ahead of negotiations with the Council and the European Commission aimed at finalising a long-awaited regulation that would potentially put up barriers for bidders on public procurement markets in Europe.
If anything, this week in trade in Brussels was about preparing the ground for what comes next in the autumn 2021.
The fact that the EU had concluded its least ambitious agreement on public procurement in a free trade agreement in many years with the four member countries of the Mercosur was well known. The recent release of the fine print of the mutual market access offers in the trade pillar …
The Portuguese presidency of the European Union fulfilled its pledge to finalise internal negotiations within the Council to allow a long-awaited regulation on international procurement bids in Europe to proceed.
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The European Commission released today its regulation proposal for an instrument to control “foreign subsidies distorting the internal market”.
The European Union’s member states are in what many in Brussels believe to be the final stages of preparation of a long-awaited regulation that aims to promote international ‘reciprocity’ in market access for public sector contracts.
Internal European Union member state negotiations over a new regulation that could trigger price increases or market exclusion of third country bidders in public procurement markets are making progress again.
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European Union trade tensions with the United States inherited from the Trump era are not quite yet at the cusp of being resolved with the incoming Joe Biden administration.