Frustrated EU seeks strategy for US trade talks

EU trade ministers will have two models of free-trade agreements on their table when they meet on Friday (13 May): the deal between the EU and Canada agreed in February, and the one it is still painf...

EU vote may alter rules of public procurement

The UK would have reduced influence if it goes it alone, suggests Lynsey Brown. IT may not represent the highest profile issue of the current EU debate, but the outcome of June’s in/out referendum co...

Public procurement could be next TTIP deal breaker

As EU-US negotiators prepare for a new round of transatlantic trade talks in New York next week, officials fear TTIP might run into a new brick wall: Public procurement. The warning came from the Eur...

“UK Setting The Wrong Example In eProcurement”

Industry experts agree that government policy can often be the catalyst to adoption of payments and finance technology in the private sector. Government eProcurement and digital invoice mandates set ...