01 DE JUNIO, 2019

The Government Procurement Review 7th Edition: Chapter 1 Argentina

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Argentina is a federal country, which means that the federal government only has jurisdiction over matters expressly delegated to it by the provinces through its Constitution. Provinces have jurisdiction over all other matters that have not been delegated, including those intended for the exclusive provincial environment, such as matters related to contracts entered into by the provincial and municipal governments to satisfy their own requirements…

Palabras clave: Derecho Administrativo

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The Government Procurement Review 7th Edition: Chapter 1 Argentina
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