Mercoledì, 17 Ottobre 2018

Italy could access four billion in untapped EU funds


Brussels, June 25 - Italy could access about four
billion euros in so-far untapped European Union cohesion funds
for the 2007-2013 period, EU sources told ANSA Tuesday.
Premier Enrico Letta's government is struggling to find
money to finance many of its policy goals, so the EU funding
could be very useful, especially for programs aimed at reducing
Italy's high rate of youth unemployment.
As much as one billion more could be recovered for programs
to fight the recession, including help for small and
medium-sized businesses.
To date, of the 27.9 billion of EU cohesion policy funds
available for Italy, approximately 17.5%, or five billion, have
been used for programs that focus employment and development of
human capital.
About eight billion, or 27.4%, has been directed at small
and mid-sized business.
Italian governments have been trying for years to better
exploit EU funds.

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