Community Support Framework 2000-2006
OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME "COMPETITIVENESS"
Greek Ministry of Development
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“Business plans from existing medium-sized manufacturing enterprises and laboratories for the provision of quality services” - 18/05/2006
Approval has been granted for the inclusion of 145 business plans in the programme “Business plans from existing medium-sized manufacturing enterprises and laboratories for the provision of quality services”, which belongs to Action 2.5.3 (first cycle), of the General Secretariat for Industry’s Operational Programme for Competitiveness.
Development minister Dimitris Sioufas and education minister Marietta Yannakou approve financing for research programmes - 19/05/2006
Development minister Dimitris Sioufas and education minister Marietta Yannakou have signed decisions approving research projects with a total budget of 1,745,800 euros.
Minister for Development Dimitris Sioufas approves financing for research projects - 19/05/2006
Acting on a recommendation from general secretary for research and technology Prof. Ioannis Tsoukalas, development minister Dimitris Sioufas has signed decisions providing financing for research projects with a total budget of 23,073,801 euros and public expenditure of 22,607,305 euros. The projects are being implemented in the framework of Measure 3.3 of the Operational Programme for the Information Society and Measure 4.5 of the Operational Programme for Competitiveness.
Meeting of the special secretary with representatives of the JEREMIE programme - 24/05/2006
JEREMIE aims to improve the access of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to capital through loans, venture capital, guarantees, microcredit, etc, in order to support the development of new businesses, innovation and employment in the European Union.
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The O.P. "Competitiveness" is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the European Social Fund (ESF), the Greek Government and private funds.
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