The organization of public procurements greater in value than the international threshold has improved significantly in Estonia over the past two years and has been rated as one of the best among EU member states, it appears from the Single Market Scoreboard published by the European Commission.
Public procurements with a value higher than the international threshold were held for contracts worth altogether 1.3 billion euros in Estonia last year and such procurements accounted for more than half of the total value of public procurements, the Ministry of Finance said...
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