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Structural funds eligibility by region in selected countries

The maps below depict regional eligibilities of selected Member States. 

Croatia 

Both of Croatia`s regions are considered to be less-developed, as their GDP per capita amounts to less than 75% of the EU-27 average. Thus, at least 50% of its investments are geared towards supporting innovation and research, digital agenda, SMEs, and at least 12% of its allocations will support the shift to low-carbon economy. Croatia will receive almost € 6 billion in funding from structural funds. 

Total Allocations for Cohesion Policy 2014-2020 in Current Prices

The table below depicts total allocations breakdown for Cohesion Policy 2014-2020 in current prices and million of EUR. 

* breakdown by category of allocations subject to transfers between categories at the request of the Member States

Source: European Commission

Cohesion Policy 2014-2020: financial allocations by country and type of region

Total allocations of Cohesion Policy 2014-2020* (million €. 2011 prices)

Note:

  • The amounts (2011 prices) are subject to the final adoption of the MFF and of the sectoral legislations:
  • The youth employment initiative (top up) of EUR 3 billion is not included in.

Data: European Commision

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Cohesion Fund: country eligibility in 2014-2020

 

The Cohesion Fund concerns Member States with a Gross National Income (GNI) per inhabitant of less than 90% of the EU-average. Compared to 2007-2013, Spain will no longer be eligible for funding from the Cohesion Fund (Spain is currently eligible to a phase-out fund because its GNI is less than the EU-15 average). In 2014-2020 Cyprus will receive phasing-out support. For the rest, all other country beneficiaries are the same as in 2007-2013.

Map: European Commision

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Cohesion Policy 2014-2020: Allocations by Member State

Note:

  • The amounts (2011 prices) are subject to the final adoption of the MFF and of the sectoral legislations:
  • The youth employment initiative (top up) of EUR 3 billion is not included in.

Data: European Commision Follow InsidEUROPE on Facebook and Twitter

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