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Europe: Some Non-Technical Developments

The Republic of Ireland has a strong commitment to the concept of the European Community. With an unenviable history behind it, it now finds itself taking part in a European unification process which is based not on military power but on economic imperatives and, while Ireland constitutes well less than 1% of the European population or of any other measure of contribution, it has an influence far in excess of its size. Perhaps that is why we tend to look positively to the European Community as a source of change for the good. J.A. Kavanagh

Author(s): Kavanagh, J A

Keywords: europe;contracts;qualifications;procurement arrangements