EU Ombudsman seeks further inquiry into Greek Hospital Procurement Case

The EU ombudsman is urging the European Commission to reexamine allegations that Greek hospitals violated procurement laws to favor certain suppliers, saying the country has a history of flouting the law.

The complaint was filed in January 2013 by a Greek importer who claimed the country didn’t ensure that its hospital procurement procedures follow EU law read more

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