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Rules concerning third countries’ reciprocal access to EU public procurement - SME related impacts, thresholds and national legislation

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Direct benefits for SMEs from the proposed Regulation look limited at best, while indirect impacts appear probable. The 5 Mio EUR proposed for the threshold is similar to pre-existing public procurement thresholds and implies that only a small subset of contracts will be covered by the regulation wh...

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title Rules concerning third countries’ reciprocal access to EU public procurement - SME related impacts, thresholds and national legislation
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description Direct benefits for SMEs from the proposed Regulation look limited at best, while indirect impacts appear probable. The 5 Mio EUR proposed for the threshold is similar to pre-existing public procurement thresholds and implies that only a small subset of contracts will be covered by the regulation which may impact its effectiveness. Contracting authorities have no incentive to refer procedures to the Commission. Spain has reciprocity clauses but there is no evidence of their widespread use.
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