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The European Structural Funds For Romania And Opportunities For Bucovina

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  • Carmen Nastase

    (University “Stefan cel Mare “, Suceava)

  • Adrian Liviu Scutariu

    (University “Stefan cel Mare “, Suceava)

European Found for Regional Development, European Social Found and Cohesion Found are the European structural funds. They are important resources for the development within the countries of European Union. The EU funds are serving main goals that are oriented to the general economic develop at local, regional and national level. The major priority of the European Structural Funds and of the political cohesion promoted the UE is applying a balanced development and its purpose is decreasing the differences between various areas. The second priority has as purpose to revitalize all the areas with deficient structure (industrial, rural, urban). With its E.U. integration, Romania has the possibility of accessing these founds. A variety of domains can be financed; in Bucovina, part of North-East Region of Romania there are many opportunities to access these founds. Agencies for Regional Development will play a major role because some of the attributions regarding the administration of these founds will be delegated to them.

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Article provided by Asociatia Generala a Economistilor din Romania - AGER in its journal Theoretical and Applied Economics.

Volume (Year): 6(511)(supplement) (2007)
Issue (Month): 6(511)(supplement) (June)
Pages: 209-222

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Handle: RePEc:agr:journl:v:6(511)(supplement):y:2007:i:6(511)(supplement):p:209-222
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