Jun 09, 2015

Supporting Greece to exit the crisis - New Europe

18 new EU investment Programmes for Greece and each of its regions have been given the green light on 22 December by the European Commission. These strategic investment programmes for 2014-2020 represent a major support in helping the country out of the crisis and will help creating jobs as well as new opportunities for growth …

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