Trade Effects of Rules on Procurement for Commonwealth ACP Members
This Economic Paper assesses the potential trade effects of rules on procurement policies in Commonwealth ACP countries. It provides a practical guide for policy-makers and negotiators to determine the impact of government procurement rules and policies taken at the national level or negotiated in trade agreements.
1. Definitions and Clarifications
2. Transparent Government Procurement
3. Market Access
4. Potential Trade Effects
5. Policy Options
Annexes. Dominica, Nigeria, Samoa, Tanzania
Peter Trepte (Author)Peter Trepte is a legal adviser and Consultant in the law and practice of public procurement reform. He was also the Team Leader for this project.
Peter Pease (Author)Peter Pease is an International Procurement Specialist.
Anthony Butler (Author)Anthony Butler is a Procurement Advisor and staff member of Charles Kendall & Partners.
Annamaria La Chimia (Author)Annamaria La Chimia is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Nottingham and leader of the Humanitarian and Development Procurement Unit (PPRG, Nottingham).
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