Annual report of the Cohesion Fund 1996

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Published by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg .

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CX-06-97-844-EN-C.

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StatementEuropean Commission.
SeriesRegional policy and cohesion
ContributionsCommission of the European Communities.
The Physical Object
Pagination140 p. :
Number of Pages140
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22293629M
ISBN 109282811077

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The report puts the number of new jobs at 74 In the four years of operation of the Fund (from ) the number of jobs created with Cohesion Fund assistance is estimated at Annual report on the Cohesion Fund COM (97) First Cohesion Report Also available on paper in the 11 EU official languages: CMC Reports on the Structural Funds.

Parliament in its opinion on the annual report 0n the Cohesion Fund and remarks on the same topic by the Committee of the Regions and the Economic and Social Committee. The Fund continues to finance exclusively those transport infrastructure projects which.

Annual report of the Cohesion Fund Annex I - Portugal Annual report of the Cohesion Fund 1996 book Transport. COM (96) final, 4 September The Cohesion Fund report for is the Annual report of the Cohesion Fund 1996 book to cover the activities of a whole calendar year.

The operations carried out between 1 April and 26 May were covered by a separate report on the cohesion financial instrument, which was set up pending the ratification of the.

It is now subject to the same rules of programming, management and monitoring as the ERDF and ESF though the Common Provisions Regulation.

For the period, the Cohesion Fund concerns Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.

Annual Report of the Cohesion Fund In Junethe Commission adopted a decision setting out information and publicity obligations in relation to the financing activities of the Cohesion Fund. This annual report on the activities of the Cohesion Fund covers the calendar year It provides information on the second year of the programming period.

The reporting format reflects the requirements of the Cohesion Fund Regulation. It has been adapted to take into account the comments made by the European. This annual report on the activities of the Cohesion Fund covers the calendar year It has, however, been necessary to include some remarks on its activities since it was set up in as well as comments on planned measures for the future in order to give the reader a full picture of the current affairs of the Fund.

the European Investment Bank or the European Investment Fund, by financial intermediaries, and (for loans and guarantees only) by managing authorities. Financial instruments can be co-funded by the Cohesion Fund to support the investment priorities outlined in.

Annual Report of the Cohesion Fund Annex 1 - Portugal - Environment. COM (96) final, 4 September ip/97/ Bruxelles, le 19 December The Cohesion Fund The Cohesion Fund committed in a full % of its budgetary allocations for ongoing projects and new projects in the sectors of trans-European transport infrastructure and environment in the beneficiary Member States, Greece, Spain, Ireland and Portugal.

International Monetary Fund Annual Report The Annual Report to the Board of Governors reviews the IMF's activities, policies, and organization, as well as the world economy, with emphasis on balance of payments problems, international and emerging capital markets, fiscal considerations in policymaking, data issues, and the debt situation.

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European Commission - Press Release details page - To promote better transparency of the Cohesion Fund's management, the European Commission will hold a hearing of all parties concerned, including social partners regional and local authorities and the European Investment Bank (EIB).

"This is a first step towards improving financial management and evaluation to make sure that EU taxpayers'. Regulation (EC) No /94 does not require the presentation of an annual report on the Cohesion Fund. Therefore this report is presented in conformity with Article 14(1) of Regulation (EC) No / and thus covers the implementation during of Cohesion Fund projects adopted under the period as well as ex-ISPA projects in the.

ANNUAL REPORT ON THE COHESION FUND () This report is presented in conformity with Article of Regulation (EC) n°/ establishing a Cohesion Fund. It covers the activities of the Cohesion Fund during 1.

BUDGET EXECUTION Cohesion Fund resources available for commitments in amounted to. Cohesion Fund (European Commission) Annual report of the Cohesion Fund (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors / Contributors: Cohesion Fund (European Commission); European Commission.

Directorate-General for Regional Policy and. Annual report on the Cohesion Fund () [COM() final – Not published in the Official Journal]. Annual report on the Cohesion Fund () [COM() final – Not published in the Official Journal].

Annual report on the Cohesion Fund () [COM() final – Not published in the Official Journal]. period as Regulation (EC) No / establishing a Cohesion Fund and repealing Regulation (EC) No / does not require the presentation of an annual report on the Cohesion Fund for the programming period.

As a consequence, this report covers Cohesion Fund operations in the fifteen beneficiary. In this paper we consider the experience of transport and environmental evaluation in the framework of the Cohesion Fund, established by the EU in to co-finance through grants infrastructure.

Regulation (EC) No / establishing a Cohesion Fund and repealing Regulation (EC) No /94 does not require the presentation of an annual report on the Cohesion Fund. Therefore this report is presented in conformity with Article 14(1) of Regulation (EC) No / and thus covers the implementation during of Cohesion Fund.

This report is presented in conformity with Article 14(1) of Regulation (EC) No / and covers the implementation during of Cohesion Fund projects adopted in the programming period as well as ex-ISPA projects and those Cohesion Fund projects approved or submitted in the programming period that continued to be implemented in the period.

Get this from a library. The Cohesion Fund: annual report [European Commission. Directorate-General for Regional Policy and Cohesion.;]. Get this from a library. Annual report of the Cohesion Fund. [Cohesion Fund (European Commission); European Commission. Directorate-General for Regional Policy and Cohesion.].

European Commission - Press Release details page - Mr Peter Schmidhuber, Commissioner responsible for the Cohesion Fund, approved today, on behalf of the European Commission, a second group of projects in Ireland to be assisted by the Cohesion financial instrument.

A first group was approved in July. According to the Council regulation establishing a Cohesion financial instrument two. Get this from a library. Cohesion fund summary of the annual report. [European Commission.

Directorate-General for Regional Policy and Cohesion.;]. Cohesion Fund (excluding transfers to the Connecting Europe Facility), and the level of financing from the Cohesion Fund for a project can amount to up to 85% of its cost. The Cohesion Fund allocations for per Member State Member State Budget (in EUR million) Bulgaria 2 Czech Republic 6 Estonia 1 Greece 3   The Cohesion Fund supports large-scale investments in environmental sustainability and in transport infrastructure.

The Fund allocation for is €63 million, this is almost 7% of. EU Cohesion Policy (European Regional Development Fund + Cohesion Fund + European Social Fund) including European Territorial Cooperation. The data presents the annual payments (not cumulative) made by the Commission from the EU budget to the Member States broken down by Fund.

The information contained within this site is issued by Cohesion Investments Limited ("Cohesion") for information only. It does not constitute, or form part of, any offer of, or invitation to apply for, securities nor shall it, or the fact of its distribution, form the basis of or be relied upon in connection with any contract or commitment to acquire any securities or funds.

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The Cohesion Fund. The Cohesion Fund contributes to interventions in the field of the environment and trans-European transport networks.

It applies to member states with a Gross National Income (GNI) of less than 90% of the EU average. As such, it covers 12 of. European Social Fund (ESF) and the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF, Guidance Section).

Inregional aspects were introduced with the creation of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Inthe Cohesion Fund was also created.

However, for a long time these initiatives had only modest resources. cohesion report in which launched the debate on the future of cohesion policy in the enlarged Union [COM()24]. On 18 Februarythe Commission adopted the Third cohesion report [COM()] which presented a detailed proposal for the priorities and delivery system for the new generation programmes under cohesion policy for the period.

Development Fund, the European Social Fund and the Cohesion Fund5, establishes the framework for the action of the Structural Funds and the Cohesion Fund. It fixes, in particular, the objectives, the principles and the rules concerning partnership, programming, evaluation and management.

It is therefore necessary to specify the. The full report is available at 6 IMPACT AND RESULTS OF COHESION POLICY. Key findings Cohesion policy brings economic benefits both to its recipients and to its main contributors across EU member states Fund: IMPACT AND RESULTS OF COHESION POLICY.

European Union. The continuation of the Cohesion Fund, meanwhile, fits into a rationale of promoting social cohesion and making it possible for the cohesion countries to carry out Under Agendathe Commission has prepared national programmes aimed at fulfilment of the convergence proposals for framework regulations to govern the.

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Cohesion Fund definition: money that the European Union uses to help development among its poorer members, especially in. Learn more.EU Cohesion Policy (European Regional Development Fund + Cohesion Fund + European Social Fund) including European Territorial Cooperation.

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