On 7 December 2017 the Commission decided to refer Austria to the Court of Justice of the EU due to overly restrictive rules on the provision of services by architects, engineers, patent attorneys and veterinarians.07.12.2017
As agreed at the 14th ECEC General Assembly in Macedonia on 21 October 2017 the ECEC is going to implement a working group on Public Procurement of Engineering Services as a follow up of the WGs on the price/quality relationship...04.11.2017
Increasing the impact of public investment through efficient and professional procurement01.11.2017
For the European Institutions, liberalisation and deregulation of the liberal professions seem to be the solution for generating more economic growth.
Is that true?
What do they stand for and what are the benefits for clients and consumers to work with them?
Currently over 300.000 European Chartered Engineers benefit from the membership of their national organisations in the ECEC.