The European Commission has adopted a partnership agreement for European structural and investment funds submitted by the Czech government. The document, which took three years to negotiate, determines the country’ s investment strategy for the next six year period. It paves the way for the drawing of over 22 billion euros which are to be used to create new jobs, boost competitiveness, fight social exclusion and support environmental protection projects.
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