Ever-Growing Restrictions on Whom Public Buyers Can Contract with – Contemporary Developments in the EU Public Procurement

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Ever-Growing Restrictions on Whom Public Buyers Can Contract with – Contemporary Developments in the EU Public Procurement. / Andhov, Marta; Kania, Michal Andrzej.

2023.

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Andhov, M & Kania, MA 2023, Ever-Growing Restrictions on Whom Public Buyers Can Contract with – Contemporary Developments in the EU Public Procurement.. <https://bestek-procurement.com/ever-growing-restrictions-on-whom-public-buyers-can-contract-with-contemporary-developments-in-the-eu-public-procurement/>

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Andhov, M., & Kania, M. A. (2023, Jun 15). Ever-Growing Restrictions on Whom Public Buyers Can Contract with – Contemporary Developments in the EU Public Procurement. https://bestek-procurement.com/ever-growing-restrictions-on-whom-public-buyers-can-contract-with-contemporary-developments-in-the-eu-public-procurement/

Vancouver

Andhov M, Kania MA. Ever-Growing Restrictions on Whom Public Buyers Can Contract with – Contemporary Developments in the EU Public Procurement. 2023.

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Andhov, Marta ; Kania, Michal Andrzej. / Ever-Growing Restrictions on Whom Public Buyers Can Contract with – Contemporary Developments in the EU Public Procurement. 2023.

Bibtex

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