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Poland spends zł.180.8 bln in EU funds for 2007-2013

31st December 2013
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Poles have spent zł.255.2 billion on investment projects co-financed by the EU in the 2007-2013 financial perspective, with zł.180.8 billion of that sum subsidized from EU funds, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Development said. 
 
In the 2007-2013 period, Poles filed 287,100 applications for EU funds for a total sum of zł.586.6 billion, 93,828 of which resulted in an agreement being signed with the beneficiaries.
 
The value of all the signed deals was zł.388.1 billion, with EU subsidies making up zł.267.7 billion of that sum, which stands for 93.2 percent of all the funds allotted to Poland in the 2007-2013 budget. However, so far only zł.255.2 billion of the total deal value has been deemed as eligible for EU co-financing.

From Warsaw Business Journal


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