Program Sapard – Commitments And Payments According To Individual Provisions Before The Acceptance Of The Slovak Republic Into The European Union
This article explains the technique of redistribution of public resources from the SAPARD programme under individual provisions and regions of the Slovak Republic. Moreover, the article clarifies reasons of failure of individual project plans. Profit-making projects and reasons of rejections of applications for financial support under the SAPARD programme were subject to deeper analysis. On the basis of analysed data there can be observed the flow of public resources to areas with profit-making agriculture (Nitra and Trnava regions). The disproportion of drawing the financial resources during the monitored period of 2003 and 2004 was only confirmed and probably will be deepening in next years in disadvantage of companies economising in worse natural conditions. The most surprising was the inability of agricultural subjects covering the breeding of the livestock as well as the production and processing of fruits and vegetables to submit a complete project under the provision no. 1, that could be acceptable from the formal aspect to the SAPARD Agency (up to 43 applications were incomplete).
Volume (Year): 3 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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