European Property Register: Commission launches feasibility study

The EU Commission has awarded a feasibility study for a central European asset register. The contract, worth up to €400,000, has been awarded to three companies, including the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels. This is according to a notice published in the EU’s Official Journal on December 13th.

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