The prospects for Romania and state of the conduct ISPA Program
European Union countries recorded growth rates differ. Therefore, the European policy of regional development aimed at ensuring heterogeneously and achieve the objective of convergence at European level must take into account the steps taken by each country, especially in if new countries joined. The paper presents the implementation in 2000-2006 ISPA program and also conducted an analysis of how to attract European funds and how meeting the targets envisaged in the Accession Partnership between the European Union and Romania to meet national modernization of transport infrastructure and environment. Analysis shows serious dysfunction in ISPA funds absorption compared with funds allocated although, in terms of allocation of funds by the European Commission, Romania is in second place after Poland.
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