Romania will benefit during 2007-2013 of non-reimbursable funding through EU Structural Instruments amounting to over 19 billion Euro. An amount of 8-9 million Euro will have to be spent daily as from 1 January 2007 in order to reduce the development gaps between the regions of Romania and those across the European Union.
Romania’s accession to the EU has brought about important challenges for both Romanian companies and public administrations. Companies have to comply with various demanding standards in order to cope with competition on the Single Market. Local and central public administrations have to improve the quality and efficiency of their services and ensure an accountable public governance.
In case you are interested in obtaining non-reimbursable funds for the implementation of your project ideas, you may take advantage of our professional training and consultancy services.
Both public and private sectors may benefit of assistance in overcoming these constraints and challenges by accessing the non-reimbursable support made available by the EU.
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