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Public matters newsletter, January 2014

24 January 2014

In our first edition of 2014, we continue with our series on the new public procurement directive, this month analysing subcontracting under the new directive. We also include articles on conflicts of interest in the shared services context and the new state aid de minimis regulation. Anja Beriro discusses what is on the legal horizon for 2014.

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