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Title: Eurochambres ACADEMY


1
Eurochambres ACADEMY 27 June 2002, Westerham
European Commission Funded Projects
Marco Lopriore, Director, Unioncamere Brussels
2
Foreword
  • Presentation of EU programmes (in broad lines)
    serves as a tool for the philosophy of the module
  • Methodology of the course is proposal oriented
    discussion of some tips and tricks in
    presenting projects to the EU

3
Content
  • Trends in EU funds
  • EU Structural funds
  • EU Enterprise programmes
  • EU External actions
  • EU R D for enterprise

4
Evolution of EU budget
Million Euro
5
Growth in lobbies
6
BUDGET 2000
Do not forget the bigger picture !
  • (Million ) sum
  •   
  • B1 Agriculture 41.493 44.5
  • B2 Structural funds 32.811 35.2
  • B3 Education, Culture, Media 841 0.9
  • B4 Energy 211 0.2
  • B5 Consumers 1.210 1.3
  • B6 RD 3.630 3.9
  • B7 External Actions 8.127 8.7
  • B8 PESC 47 0.1
  • B0 Competition 203 0.2
  • DA Administration 4.703 5.0
  • Total 93. 280 100

7
Impact and problems
  • giving flesh to European construction and
    adding to mere legal construction with direct and
    indirect management of funds
  • EU funds versus national funds (content,
    procedures, time, guidance)
  • reaching out to civil society bypassing Member
    States on less politically sensitive topics (SME,
    information society, etc)
  • increasing demands not only from MS/big lobbies
    but civil society leading to disperions of
    resources in small projects.
  • lack of personnel, externalisation (TAO, EUROPE
    AID), weak legal basis, diversion from strategy
    to management

8
1999, and after ?
Million Euro
9
Structural funds
Do not forget the bigger picture !
  • Objective reinforce cohesion inside Europe and
    close development gap between its rich and poor
    regions
  • Resources 213 000 Meuro for 2000-2006 (18 000
    for Cohesion) and between 1994-1999 nearly 21
    000 Meuro 18 went to SME
  • Instruments
  • regions lagging development (Ob.1) 69
  • industrial and rural decline (Ob. 2) 11.5
  • human resources (Ob.3) 12.3
  • Decentralised management National and Regional
    authorities

10
Who benefits from Structural funds ?
Do not forget the bigger picture !
  •  Greek projects Consortium Companies
    subcontracting
  • Airport Athens-Spata Athens Intern. Airport Co.
    (Gr-G) ABB Airport System (Swit-G.),
  • Hochtief AG (G) Airsys Navigation System
    (G-F),
  • Milgo Solutions (US)
  • Bridge Rio-Antirrio Gefyra (F-Gr) Vinci
    (F) Kinopraxia Gefyra (F-Gr.)
  • Dumez GTM (F)
  • Metro Thessaloniki Thessaloniki Metro SA
    (F-Can.-Gr.) Bombardier Transportation (Can),
  • Bouygues (F), Bombardier (Can), Loughborough
    (UK),
  • VIA-GTI (F), Systra (F) Alcatel (Can)
  • Metro Athens Attiko Metro (Gr.) Olympic Metro JV
    (G.-F.-Gr.)
  • Egnatia Route Egnatia Odos SA (Gr.) Brown
    Roots (UK), Sogerleg(F)/Omec(US)/Lahmeyer
    (G), DeLeuwe Cather (US), Dorsch
  • Consult (G)/ Scetaroute(F)/ Ado (Gr.)

11
CCI PROJECTS
  • Italy - Lete/Sepri
  • - Excelsior
  • Spain 19 MEURO for internationalisation
  • UK Liverpool Investment Fund

12

LETE SEPRI Project
  • Objective provide Business  Check up  in
    Objective 1 regions to look at their development
    strategies, efficiency, innovative quality of
    management. Referenced Directory - in Internet
    (www. repertorio.camcom.it) for the
    transparency, visibility and competitiveness of
    the services on the market (700 consultants)
  • Target 4 Obj. 1 regions in 93-96 extende to
    all Objective 1 Regions 97-99 under SEPRI
  • Achievements
  • 230 business drew feasibility plan, turn over
    37 productivity 23, employment 11

13

LETE SEPRI Project
  • Resources 2 successive Global Subventions from
    European Regional Development from 1990-1994 and
    1994-1999
  • Budget 18 Meuro
  • - 62 from ERDF (11 Meuro)
  • - 17 from CCI (3 Meuro)
  • - 21 from participating companies (4 Meuro)
  • Web site www.unioncamere.it/Attività1/Sepri.htm

14

EXCELSIOR Project Analysis of labour demand
Objective -reliable knowledge of the labour
demand in order to guide the local, regional and
national training policies Needs -respond to
the progressive acceleration of echnological
innovation and transformation of the
markets -decrease the gap between labour supply
and demand Ways -information every two years
on quantitative and qualitative aspects of the
labour demand -data on the economic activities
of the private sector (25 Sectors except for
agriculture and free-lance professions) -regional
- and provincial-level data
15

EXCELSIOR Project Analysis of labour demand
  • 100.000 companies interviewed
  • Year
  • started in 1993 on 3 provinces, extended to
    Italy in 1997
  • Financing
  • - from ESF
  • Partners
  • - Ministry of Labour
  • - EU
  • Spin-offs
  • - European Employment Week (DG V)
  • - Study for Lisbon Council on new economy
  • Web site ww.unioncamere.it/excelsior/volume.htm

16
Innovative actions
Do not forget the bigger picture !
  • Legal basis article 21 of new Regulations ERDF
  • Objective explore new approaches to economic and
    social development and encourage cooperation of
    local/regional actors
  • Resources 0.4 of annual EDRF funding (450
    Meuro), EU contribution from 300.000 to 3 Meuro
  • Geographical coverage all EU regions
  • Sectors of interventions technological
    innovation, information society, sustainable
    development
  • Centralised management in Brussels by DG XVI and
    TAO, submission every year before May by Regions
  • 2001 Results 103 out of 156 accepted
    applications
  • Web site http//europa.eu.int/comm/regional-polic
    y/projects/stories/index-en.cfm

17
Community Initiatives
Do not forget the bigger picture !
  • Objective support for structural measures which
    have a specific impact at European level
  • Resources 10 900 million Euro for 2000-2006
    (from 9 of SF to 5 )
  • Geographical coverage all EU countries
  • Number down from 13 for 1994-1999 to 4 now
  • INTERREG III for interregional cooperation and
    balanced development (SME, tourism, islands, etc)
  • LEADER for rural development
  • EQUAL for fighting inequalities in labour market
  • URBAN II for urban development
  • Decentralised management National Authorities
    and ministries presenting Programmes of Community
    Initiatives

18
Multi-annual corporate and entrepreneurial
initiative programme, particularly concerning
SMEs (MAP 2001 2005)
450 million budget for 5 years
19
Multi-annual programme Activities in 2001
20
Multi-annual programme
Do not forget the bigger picture !
  • Projects
  • Quality projects of Eurochambres in partnership
    with Unioncamere, Consejo, DIHT, ACFCI
  • Extension of European Business Register to
    candidate countries
  • Unioncamere Study on services to SME (concerted
    action)
  • CCI involvement in EIC

21
EIB and Financial instruments
Do not forget the bigger picture !
  • New features
  • Guarantee funds Sme (168 Meuro)
  • European technology facility (125 Meuro)
  • European Technology Start up Fund (168 Meuro)
  • Joint European venture (84 Meuro)
  • Seed capital (50 Meuro)
  • Measures guarantees for SME 2001-2005
  • Management European Innovation Fund in
    Luxembourg and network of financial intermediaries

22
PHARE
Do not forget the bigger picture !
  • Decentralised implementation system since 1994 a
    process of decentralisation started passing
    competences on projects (launch, start-up and
    management) to national PHARE structures.
  • Projects Services, Supplies and Works
  • Instruments
  • know-how transfer (policy advice, training,
    consultancy)
  • support to investments (studies, guarantees,
    loans)
  • investments in infrastructures (cofinancing,
    development of transeuropean networks,
    environment protection)
  • Success stories EIC Estonia, Eurochambres, etc

23
PHARE
Do not forget the bigger picture !
  • ISPA with 6 000 Meuro supporting transport and
    environment while
  • SAPARD deals with agriculture and modernisation
  • SME Financial Facility in PHARE with 135 Meuro
    http//europe.eu.int/comm/enlargement/pas/phare/pd
    f/sme_facility.pdf

24
TACIS
Do not forget the bigger picture !
Start in 1991 planned up to 31.12.1999 and is
continued Acronym Technical Assistance for the
Community of Independent States Geographical
coverage NIS Mongolia 13 countries
Objectives create favourable environment for
private investments, develop intrastates economic
and trade relations, favour social dialogue
within NIS Resources 3290 Meuro for 1991-1999 to
be continued after.
25
TACIS
Do not forget the bigger picture !
Sectors restructuring of public companies and
development of private sector (SME), development
of efficient food chain, infrastructure
(transport, energy, telecoms), nuclear safety and
environment, reform of public administration,
education, social services Implementation
system no decentralisation. Management of calls
remains in Brussels Projects Services, Supplies
and Works Instruments same as PHARE but accent
on NGO and twinnings Success story CCI Madrid
(OJ S 91/30) New features evaluation of JVP for
NIS/Russia has not reached objectives and has had
no impact on economic transition
26
EIC in Balkans
Do not forget the bigger picture !
  • EIC in KOSOVO
  • European Agency for Reconstruction (SCR tender)
  • Contract to 4 EIC (Veneto, EIC Friuli VG, Berlin,
    Antwerpen) and SEQUA (Training foundation German
    CCI)
  • Host is CCI Pristina
  • 2 years
  • 700 Meuro
  • Started end July 2001
  • Relay Center Zrenjianin (Vojvodina)
  • EIC Veneto and EIC Friuli VG
  • Host is industrial association of Zrenjianin

27
MEDA
  • 5350 MEURO for 2000-2006
  • annual financing plans to MED committee 3year
    indicative programmes long term Strategy papers
  • programming by DG RELEX, implementation by
    EuropeAid, evaluation by DG RELEX

28
MEDA
  • MEDA BILATERAL (90)- 12 MED - Examples of
    projects in Tunisia, Egypt, Morocco
  • MEDA REGIONAL (10)- Industry - Information
    Society - Economic networks/associations

29
MED BILATERAL EGYPT
  • Industrial Modernisation Programme
  • EU contribution 250 MEUR
  • Partners GWZ (DE)
  • Activities Quality issues are investigated by
    consultants, Assistance in achieving ISO may be
    provided if the company so requires during the
    implementation stage (100 man-day
    limitation)Several management training workshops
    are also addressed towards quality and production
    managers which cover the issues of quality
    management systems, implementation of TQM, total
    quality customer service, and quality assurance

30
MED BILATERAL MOROCCO
  • Support to the programme for the reform of
    professional
  • Education
  • EU contribution 3.5 MEURO
  • Partners IFOA, GIFOP (F), ICON INSTITUT (G),
    Stratégie Conseil (M)
  • Activities Assistance in the reform of the
    vocational education and training system in
    Morocco. Advisory services to beneficiaries on
    training needs analysis and training programmes
    design, as well as design of training proposals
    and terms of reference Provision of seminars to
    beneficiaries on planning, selection, management
    and evaluation of the administrative and
    technical aspects of proposed training
    programmes.
  • Target Group Ministry of Vocational Education
    and Training, Businesses, Professional
    Associations, Training institutions

31
MED REGIONAL INDUSTRY
  • Regional programme for investment promotion (IPI,
    4 MEURO)
  • Regional programme for innovation, technology,
    and quality at the service of SME (15 MEURO)
  • EUROMED Market instruments and mechanisms (9.9
    MEURO)
  • UNIMED Business Network (Unice, 2.5 MEURO)
  • Reinforcing industrial zone (Eurada, 0.5 MEURO)

32
MED REGIONAL INDUSTRY
  • Quality, Certification, and standards as
  • competitiveness factors of EUMED SME
  • Objective Seminar to promote awareness, exchange
    of experiences, development of further projects
  • Venue Vieste, 29-30 April 1999
  • Budget 50 000 EURO
  • Partners Unioncamere, European Commission DG
    Enterprise, CEN, CCI Foggia, Med partners

33
Research and Development
Do not forget the bigger picture !
  • Period 6 Framework programme (2002-2006)
  • Geographical coverage all EU countries but also
    non-EU !
  • Resources 17 500 Meuro for 2002-2006 (4 of EU
    budget but 60 of internal actions, 4 of all EU
    RD expenditure)
  • Approach not a synthesis of national/sectorial
    interests but a tool for maintaining European
    investments in RD and real growth of Europe
    (European Research Area)
  • Criteria for selecting proposal contribution to
    economic development and ST excellence, social
    objective (employment, health, environment) and
    European value added (critical mass, EU specific
    problems, standards)

34
Research and Development
Do not forget the bigger picture !
  • Information society among 7 Thematic priorities
    (3600 Meuro)
  • Interactive and intelligent systems
  • Ecommerce
  • Information management
  • New features Regional and sectoral pilot
    projects CPA 11, CRAFT possibility
  • Projects networks of excellence, integrated
    projects, joint programmes
  • New features CCI are now much more present and
    mentioned
  • Success stories DEMARCHE, EBR, E-CHAMBER on IST,
    LOGICIP on Ten Telecom

35
Contact
Marco Lopriore Unioncamere Brussels
Headquarters
Tel 32/2/512 22 40 Fax 32/2/512 4911
Email marco.lopriore_at_unioncamere.be
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