Structural Funds

Structural Funds

Several sources of money available to member states of the European Union to encourage economic development and to bring all EU members to roughly the same stage of advancement. See also: European Regional Development Fund, European Social Fund, Cohesion Fund, Common Agricultural Policy.
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Conducting project reviews under the EU Structural Funds in Bavaria.
Member States' use of Structural Funds risks violating EU law and UN convention on disability
The Conservatives have supported calls for reform to both the EU's structural funds - which assist Wales to the tune of PS2bn between 2014 and 2020 - and the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
In addition to this, the Welsh Government and I have negotiated an increase in structural funds for Wales.
Instead we will use our structural funds to support local initiatives to train and support disadvantaged people into work.
The agreement is co-financed by Cypriot national funds and EU Structural Funds.
According to the data he presented, Cyprus was allocated e1/4660 million from EU structural funds, the cohesion fund and the European fisheries fund for the period 2007-2013.
In the coming programing period, structural funds will be chiefly directed towars the economy, including in particular innovations and youth policies," said the commissioner.
The 5-year access agreement is supported by the European Structural Funds (ESF) through their Operational Framework Program for Research, Development and Innovation.
West Midlands Eurosceptic Nikki Sinclaire claims that the European Union has the cash, allocated to economic structural funds, sitting in bank accounts and no plans to use it.
In early January President Berzins had a meeting with Steinbuka to discuss the process of absorption of the structural funds in Latvia.
The funds are distributed to the member states by means of two funds: Structural Funds and Cohesion Fund, and two complementary actions European Fund for Agriculture and Rural Development and European Fisheries Fund.

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