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#EUBudget za 2021-2027: Komisija pozdravlja prethodni dogovor o #InvestEU

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Europska komisija pozdravlja preliminarni sporazum o InvestEU, predloženi program za poticanje privatnih i javnih ulaganja u Europi u sljedećem dugoročnom proračunu EU-a 2021.-2027.

Ovaj sporazum između Europskog parlamenta, država članica i Komisije presudan je korak prema stvaranju programa InvestEU, koji će pod jednim krovom okupiti Europski fond za strateška ulaganja i 13 drugih financijskih instrumenata EU-a koji trenutno podržavaju ulaganja u EU, što olakšava pristup financiranju.

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said: “Europe is in much better shape than it was a few years ago. Thanks to the Investment Plan for Europe we launched in late 2014, investment is back. But we can and must do more to boost jobs and growth. This is where InvestEU comes in. Building on the success of what we’ve already achieved, we will be able to use public funding to support strategically important projects across the EU. Today’s agreement could not be more timely and means EU funds will be able to start delivering results on the ground sooner rather than later.”

Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness Vice President Jyrki Katainen said: “InvestEU will be our flagship programme for a sustainable, resilient and competitive European economy. It will further boost investment in key areas like artificial intelligence, circular economy, climate action, as well as social inclusion and skills.”

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InvestEU se temelji na uspjehu Junckerov plan, or Investment Plan for Europe. Latest figures from the European Investment Bank, the Commission’s strategic partner on the Juncker Plan, show that by March 2019, the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) had mobilised almost €390 billion of investments. Operations approved under EFSI so far represent a total financing volume of €72.5bn in all 28 member states. The EIB has approved 518 infrastructure projects supported by EFSI for €53.9bn, while the European Investment Fund has approved 537 financing agreements for SMEs worth €18.6bn. 929,000 small and medium companies will benefit from these agreements.

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