The Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (PARP) will announce at least 10 competitions for EU funds in 2013, which is the last year of the current funding plan. The funds will come from the Innovative Economy program and will be mostly directed to companies implementing innovative technologies. In 2007-2012, PARP granted EU fund subsidies worth zł.27 billion to Polish companies.
The agency plans to test a new credit fund for companies that want to implement innovative solutions.
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