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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 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

EU Funds in Malta: public consultation on the programming period 2014-2020

Like all other EU countries, Maltese authorities are holding a public consultation on the programming period 2014-2020. The consultation document published by the Maltese Planning and Priorities Coordination Division provides information of the current situation of Malta and its strategic direction for 2014-2020. The document is available here. For more information on EU Funds in Malta and on the future programming period, go to http://www.ppcd.gov.mt/eufunds20142020.

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Draft Partnership Agreement - Czech Republic 2014-2020

The draft Partnership Agreement for the programming period 2014-2020 of the Czech Republic has been published on the Website of the Czech Ministry of Regional Development. The document is under public consultation. It document describes the country's main challenges and strategy for 2014-2020. It also includes the indicative list of operational programmes and their complementarity with other EU funding sources, as well information on ex-ante conditionalities, simplification and measures for effective implementation.

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Hungary 2014-2020: EC approves the first draft of Hungary's Partnership Agreement

According to a press release issued by the Hungarian Ministry for Economy on 9 July 2013, the European Commission approved the first draft of Hungary's Partnership Agreement for the period 2014-2020. Hungary plans to spend around 60% of its allocated resources on economic development.

'The largest amount, an expected 1,200 billion forints (4bn EUR), will be spent on boosting employment', twice as much as in the current generation of programmes (2007-2013). Further 1,100 billion forints will be spent on improving the competitiveness of SMEs. Hungarian authorities plan to submit the Partnership Agreement to the European Commission in November 2013. The Partnership Agreement and the operational programmes are expected to be approved in the first quarter of 2014.

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