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Italy to benefit from € 2.17 billion of EU Cohesion Policy Funds


The Commission officially adopted five Operational Programmes for Italy with a total contribution of € 2.17 billion from the European Regional Development Fund and the European Social Fund. Two are national programmes - ´Metropolitan Cities´ and ´Research & Innovation´; three target specific regions: Friuli - Venezia Giulia, Sardinia and Molise.
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On the occasion, Commissioner for Regional Policy Corina Creţu said: "The five programmes we adopted today are sound, consistent and forward-looking investment packages. They will contribute to boosting growth and jobs in Italy by focusing on research and innovation, support to SMEs, the digital agenda and the low-carbon economy."

Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility Marianne Thyssen said: "With today´s adoptions, we are a step closer to completing the programming of the Social Fund for the 2014-2020 period in Italy. The funding is targeted at the implementation of an ambitious agenda focusing on growth, employment and social inclusion."

The five Operational Programmes adopted today are:
National Operational Programme ´Metropolitan Cities´: comprised of € 588 million from the ERDF and the ESF (totalling € 892.9 million with national co-financing added). The programme focuses on sustainable urban development and mobility. It will improve the quality and the efficiency of the services in 14 Italian metropolitan areas while promoting social inclusion. Significant funding is also allocated to the deployment of digital services and to the reduction of energy consumption in buildings and public facilities.

National Operational Programme ´Research & innovation´: comprised of € 926.2 million from the ERDF and the ESF (totalling € 1.28 billion with national co-financing added). This programme aims to promote business investment in research and innovation, develop links and synergies between enterprises and Research & Development centres as well as aiming to improve the quality of training.

Regional Operational Programme for Sardinia: comprised of € 465 million from the ERDF (totalling €930 million with national co-financing added). This programme will help support the competitiveness of the region´s small businesses and start-ups. It will also contribute to the deployment of high speed internet, to the efficient and sustainable exploitation of natural resources and to the promotion of scientific and technological research and innovation.

Regional Operational Programme for Friuli - Venezia Giulia: comprised of € 115.3 million from the ERDF (totalling € 230 million with national co-financing added). The programme aims to promote collaborative schemes between enterprises and research institutions, to boost the competitiveness of the region´s businesses and to reduce the energy consumption in households and public buildings.

Regional Operational Programme for Molise: comprised of € 76.7 million from the ERDF and the ESF (totalling € 153 million with national co-financing included). The programme puts a special emphasis on the fight against unemployment, on social inclusion and on the competitiveness of the regional economy through financial support to local businesses. Promoting research and innovation and offering better access to digital technologies and services are also among the priorities of the programme.

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