European Cooperation Network on Economic Development of Less-Favoured Regions

Réseau européen de coopération pour le développement économique des régions moins favorisées

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History

by European Centre for Regional Development (CEDRE) within the framework of Regions and Cities of Europe (RECITE Programme). Ceased to exist.

Aims

Allow operational structures in remote regions to share know-how of their counterparts in industrial areas; promote partnerships between SMEs and SMIs.

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Activities

Survey of development agencies and their main activities. Plans to set up a resource centre providing information on: business start-ups; technology transfer; development plans; on-going training; promotion of areas.

Financing

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Members

Members in 5 countries
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Type II Classification

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UIA Org ID

F2743

Last News Received

1993
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