Financial Indicators For The Implementation Of An European Funded Investment Project Under Sop Iec Programme Â€“ Case Study Of A Romanian Sme
AbstractThe European Integration came with new challenges for the Romanian enterprises especially for the SMEs, the opportunities arising from operating on the European Single Market and the possibility for accession of European Regional Development Funds. The main programme designed to offer access for small, medium and large Romanian enterprises to European funding is the Sectorial Operational Programme â€œIncrease of Economic Competitivenessâ€- SOP IEC. This paper will analyze the area of intervention â€œD1.1. Productive and environment friendly investments and preparation for market competition in which Romanian SMEsâ€ are competing to access European funding in order to develop their activities or to extend them into new ones. One of the main challenges for these SMEs is to generate, fulfil and to respect the financial indicators of the programme, which are part of the financial analysis of the project.
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Financial Analysis; Cost benefit Analysis; Financial Simulation European Union; Structural Funds; SOP IEC;
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