Spain’s new public procurement law 2007 is under scrutiny by the European Commission (Commission) on the basis that it contains provisions that allow for key terms of public contracts to be modified without the need for this to be clearly provided for in the contract documents. According to the Commission, these provisions are inconsistent with EC law requirements to ensure that public procurements are fair, non-discriminatory and transparent.
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