Posts by tag: EU structural funds

Local News May 21, 2014

‘How-to day’ for EU funding applications

Approximately €950 million will be allocated to Cyprus from European structural and investment funds for the period 2014-2020, while the cash-strapped island may also claim additional funding through other EU competitive programmes.

The public can learn more about EU funding opportunities today at an event at the Filoxenia Conference Centre in Nicosia between, which runs until 5pm.

The event is being organised by the General Directorate for European Programmes, Coordination and Development (DG EPSA) and the European Commission Representation in…

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‘How-to day’ for EU funding applications
Local News February 26, 2014

Indepth research being conducted into hereditary kidney diseases

The Molecular Medicine Research Centre at the University of Cyprus is working on the island’s first biobank to help research into hereditary kidney diseases.

Head of the Centre, Professor of Genetics, Constantinos Deltas, in an interview with the Cyprus News Agency said that with the decoding of DNA, it is expected that in the next few years more patients suffering from diseases, such as diabetes, hypertension, heart diseases, kidney diseases and many others would receive better treatment and prevention.


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Business Local News October 24, 2013

Over €800m coming through EU structural funds by 2020

By Poly Pantelides

CYPRUS should receive a total of €874 million from EU structural funds during the period 2014 – 2020 that will be fed back into the economy to channel growth, the finance minister said yesterday.

Harris Georgiades was speaking during a finance ministry event on structural funds.

He said Cyprus’ economy was at a “transformative change” that called for correcting imbalances in the state and banking sectors and the creation of a viable financial model.

The Planning Bureau’s…

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Over €800m coming through EU structural funds by 2020

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