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European Community"s PHARE programme

European Community"s PHARE programme

assistance for economic restructuring in the countries of central and eastern Europe : a guide

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Published by Department of Trade and Industry in London .
Written in English


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Statementby the DTI"s FSU, Central and Eastern Europe Branch.
ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of Trade and Industry. FSU, Central and East European Branch.
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Open LibraryOL17356640M

European Community definition: an economic and political association of European States that came into being in , | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. This report has been written within the framework of the Phare SEIL (Support for European Integration in Lithuania) project supporting the Government of Lithuania in preparations for the accession to the European Union. The SEIL project was imple-mented during the years and the main method was to provide technical ex-.

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Southwestern Pennsylvanians of European descent were, are, and will be important players in the future of southwestern Pennsylvania, and they are anxious to have readers consult the website to learn more about the many different organizations that represent the peoples of this region whose original ancestral homeland was the continent of Europe. The European Programme for Intervention Epidemiology Training (EPIET) is a two-year fellowship designed to build the core competencies for European Union (EU) public health epidemiologists in communicable disease surveillance and response. * The primary aim of EPIET is to strengthen capacity of the workforce in the EU through.


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The PHARE Programme is the European Union's initiative which provides grant finance to support its partner countries to the stage where they are ready to assume the obligations of membership of the European Union.

Definition, organisation and management of the PHARE Programme. The Phare programme is one of the three pre-accession instruments financed by the European Union to assist the applicant countries of Central and Eastern Europe in their preparations for joining the European Union.

Originally created in as the Poland and Hungary: Assistance for Restructuring their Economies (PHARE) programme, Phare expanded from Poland and. Whilst the Copenhagen European Council of June was significant for the Phare programme in that it first authorised the use of up to 15% of Phare resources for the co-financing of large-scale infrastructure projects, the Essen European Council in December was a real turning point for Phare.

European Commission - Enlargement - Phare. Phare was one of the main pre-accession assistance* instruments for the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. It has been replaced by the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA)* for the current enlargement countries.

For more details, see the following section on our website. Review of the European Union Phare Assistance to Roma Minorities (16 December ) Annual Report on the Phare programme. Annual Report on the Phare programme. Phare Ex post Evaluation of National and Cross-Border Cooperation Programmes - Slovak Republic.

Phare Ex post Evaluation of National and Cross-Border. European Commission - Press Release details page - The Commission today issued the Phare Annual Report, reviewing a year in which the Phare Programme greatly increased its role as a provider of grant finance and know-how to the countries of central Europe.

In this context, Mr van den Broek stated: "The Phare Programme, last year, began to. Croatia signs up to Phare programme The financing agreement for Croatia's Phare programme was signed on May The programme contains accession-oriented measures that target political and economic criteria, internal market, trade, co-operation in justice and home affairs, sectoral policies and economic and social cohesion.

The Phare Programme The Phare Programme is currently the main channel for the European Community's financial and technical cooperation with the countries of central Europe (CECs). Set up in to support the sweeping reforms behind economic and political transition, Phare had by been extended to include 14 partner.

the Phare Programme, representing an allocati-on of more than EUR 17 million. Most of the funds were contracted to projects for commer-cial banks. As the implementation of the indivi-The Phare Programme was established in on the basis of a decision by the Council of Ministers of the European Union (EU), the aim being to support the.

The European Communities (EC), sometimes referred to as the European Community, were three international organizations that were governed by the same set of were the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), the European Atomic Energy Community (EAEC or Euratom), and the European Economic Community (EEC); the last of which was renamed the European Atomic Energy Community: –present.

The European Economic Community (EEC) was a regional organisation that aimed to bring about economic integration among its member states. It was created by the Treaty of Rome of Upon the formation of the European Union (EU) inthe EEC was incorporated and renamed the European Community (EC).Inthe EC's institutions were absorbed into the EU's Capital: Brussels, Luxembourg, Strasbourg².

The PHARE programme. The PHARE programme is one of the three pre-accession instruments financed by the European Union to assist the applicant countries of Central and Eastern Europe in their preparations for joining the European Union.

The Education for tourism in Poland: the PHARE Programme* Within the context of the development of the market economy, the Government of Poland with assistance from the Commission of the European Communities (CEC) is carrying out a tourism development programme.

One part of this programme is concerned with management and manpower Cited by: European Community (EC), previously (from until Nov. 1, ) European Economic Community (EEC), byname Common Market, former association designed to integrate the economies of Europe.

The term also refers to the “European Communities,” which originally comprised the European Economic Community (EEC), the European Coal and Steel.

European Community synonyms, European Community pronunciation, European Community translation, English dictionary definition of European Community. Abbr. EC An economic and political organization formed from the consolidation in of three western European treaty organizations: the European Economic.

Highconcentrationsofparticulatematter,PM 10,areverycom - centrationsarehighestduringmid-winter,De-cemberandJanuary,andhavedailypeaksatearlymorningand. In a matter of months, the whole concept of Europe has begun to unwind, buffeted by successive crises, says Gavin Hewitt.

European Community: see European Union European Union (EU), name given since the ratification (Nov., ) of the Treaty of European Union, or Maastricht Treaty, to the European Community (EC), an economic and political confederation of European nations, and other organizations (with the same member nations) Click the link for more information.

The CEA is involved in the construction of the European research space. It is present and recognized in European initiatives and bodies and participates in the Eighth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development, Horizon Replacing the term European Economic Community (EEC), the name European Community was given a legal base in the Treaty of Maastrichtwhich also established the European Union by linking the supra-national areas of the communities with the inter-governmental areas of Foreign and Security Policy and Justice and Home Affairs.

The European Community has a budget of US$ billion/year, funded by customs duties and % of each member's value-added tax. The treaties establishing the European Community call for members to form a common market, a common customs tariff, and common agricultural, transport, economic, and nuclear policies.Relations between the European Union and Albania were set on a new basis inwhen a Trade and Co-operation Agreement between the EU and Albania was signed.

Albania became eligible for funding under the EU Phare programme and received subsequently EU funds under the external relations' aid scheme ( million Euro in the period ). European Commission (EC), an institution of the European Union (EU) and its constituent entities that makes up the organization’s executive arm.

The EC also has legislative functions, such as proposing new laws for the European Parliament, and judicial functions, such as finding legal solutions to.