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EU resumes aid to Zimbabwe with $270 million package by EUbusiness — last modified 16 February 2015, 22:18 CET
The European Union on Monday unveiled a $270 million aid package to support Zimbabwe's agriculture and health sectors, marking the resumption of direct funding after more than 10 years.
Cohesion Policy Data platform by EUbusiness — last modified 23 July 2014, 22:38 CET
Through Cohesion Policy funding, the EU invests approximately €50 billion each year in economic development at the national and regional level (around 34% of the total EU budget). These investments are designed to help EU Member States and regions reach the Europe 2020 goals of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. In order to increase transparency and to promote debate on the performance of EU funding, this open data platform provides information about the investments made and the results obtained (as well as contextual data on the socio-economic situation in each EU country). The figures concerning the outputs of EU Cohesion Policy Operational Programmes are based on reports provided to the Commission by Member States. The data can be reused free of charge, provided that you acknowledge the source (see legal notice). Comments on the data presented here and suggestions of additional datasets are welcome.
US presses EU, Greece to find debt deal by EUbusiness — last modified 19 February 2015, 23:22 CET
The United States pressed the European Union and Greece on Thursday to reach agreement on a financial lifeline for the embattled country, whose EU bailout expires at month's end.
Hungary's Viktor Orban cracks down on 'meddling' NGOs by EUbusiness — last modified 09 September 2014, 14:57 CET
Critics in the past have accused Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban of muzzling the press, neutering the opposition and undermining the judiciary. Now foreign-funded non-governmental organisations are feeling the heat.
Building Entrepreneurial Mindsets and Skills in the EU - Guidebook Series: Hands-on advice for SMEs by EUbusiness — last modified 26 June 2013, 19:01 CET
A Smart Guide on promoting and facilitating entrepreneurship education for young people with the help of EU structural funds
Using standards to support growth, competitiveness and innovation - Guidebook Series: Hands-on advice for SMEs by EUbusiness — last modified 26 June 2013, 18:52 CET
A smart guide on promoting and facilitating SME competitiveness through the development and use of standards with the help of EU structural funds
Ukraine ministers pledge corruption fight to win aid by EUbusiness — last modified 16 December 2014, 21:04 CET
Top Ukraine ministers vowed Tuesday to root out graft in what they called the most corrupt country in Europe to meet the demands made by international partners before they stump up more aid.
EU announces EUR 61m Ebola package for west Africa by EUbusiness — last modified 10 December 2014, 20:01 CET
The European Union on Monday said it had given an extra 61 million euros in aid to help fight the Ebola crisis raging in west Africa.
EU ministers agree on arming Iraq Kurds to end 'slaughter' by EUbusiness — last modified 15 August 2014, 23:36 CET
EU ministers agreed at an emergency meeting on Friday to back the arming of overwhelmed Iraqi Kurdish fighters in the face of an onslaught by Islamic State militants.
EU boosts aid to Iraq, but says access is key by EUbusiness — last modified 12 August 2014, 20:47 CET
The European Commission boosted aid to war-torn Iraq by five million euros on Tuesday but warned that finding access to desperate civilians, not funding, was the most urgent problem.
IMF cautions Greece on early withdrawal from program by EUbusiness — last modified 30 October 2014, 20:29 CET
The IMF said Thursday that Greece is not ready to rely solely on commercial markets for financing, after Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said the country might exit its bailout early.
Cooperation - EuropeAid by EUbusiness — last modified 13 January 2013, 22:18 CET
Europe Aid Development and Cooperation. Grants are direct financial contributions from the EU budget or from the European Development Fund.
EU offers EUR 180m for Syria refugees in Lebanon, Jordan by EUbusiness — last modified 04 December 2014, 20:23 CET
The EU offered 180 million euros Thursday to help Lebanon and Jordan cope with a massive influx of refugees from Syria, where there is no end in sight to the civil war.
eContentplus programme by EUbusiness — last modified 08 August 2006, 11:34 CET
The eContentplus Programme is a multiannual Community programme to make digital content in Europe more accessible, usable and exploitable. The 4-year programme (2005–08), proposed by the European Commission, will have a budget of EUR 149 million to tackle organisational barriers and promote take up of leading-edge technical solutions to improve accessibility and usability of digital material in a multilingual environment.
EU cuts red tape for awarding EU funds by EUbusiness — last modified 29 March 2007, 16:40 CET
New implementing rules for EU funds will simplify access to EU funding and cut associated administrative burdens, particularly for SMEs.
On-line tool for SME funding by EUbusiness — last modified 29 January 2009, 23:21 CET
This tool aims to present the main European funding programmes available to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and contains brief information as well as the main web sites for each programme. Please note that the information included is not exhaustive.
IMF deputy 'impressed' by Ukraine's move toward reform by EUbusiness — last modified 14 December 2014, 16:05 CET
The International Monetary Fund's number two said on Saturday he was "impressed" by war-torn Ukraine's plans for economic changes aimed staving off bankruptcy and a foreign debt default.
France, Germany urge swift EU humanitarian aid in Iraq by EUbusiness — last modified 12 August 2014, 15:27 CET
The leaders of France and Germany called Tuesday for the European Union to swiftly lend its weight to the humanitarian effort to help refugees in Iraq fleeing Islamic State militants.
TARGET2-Securities Online - Winter 2011 by Ina Dimireva — last modified 21 March 2011, 23:19 CET
TARGET2-Securities is a project of the European Central Bank, aiming at harmonising the way funds and securities are moved between EU countries. In the T2S Winter 2011 editorial, Jean-Michel Godeffroy, the Chairman of the T2S Programme Board, reflects on how the business strategy adopted by central securities depositories (CSDs) for integrating T2S can enable them to reap its full benefits in future.
IMF approves EUR 1.2 bn credit line for Serbia by EUbusiness — last modified 23 February 2015, 22:21 CET
The International Monetary Fund on Monday approved a 1.2 billion euro ($1.4 billion) credit line for Serbia to support its structural and economic reforms.