Preparation of Industries Situated in the Regions for the Single Market (PRISMA)
30 Jan 1991, on approval by European Commission (EC) of the final version of the European Community initiative, guidelines having been adopted 25 July 1990. Came within Directorate-General for Regional Policy, under the SMEs 1994-1999 initiative, together with Science and Technology for Regional Innovation and Development in Europe (STRIDE Programme), TELEMATICS and the proposed European Loan Insurance Scheme for Employment (ELISE). No longer exists.
Boost competitiveness of SMEs in the European Community, especially those situated in peripheral and less prosperous regions. Priority areas having direct and dynamic effect on increased competitiveness and productivity: promotion of quality of industrial products by creation and strengthening of structures for calibration and metrology and related services for the benefit of enterprises; technical assistance in forms of provision of information and expertise on participation in public procurement markets; technical assistance to improve competitivity in sectors for which safeguards are currently authorized under article 115 of the EEC Treaty.Available with paid subscription only.
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- Business Enterprises
- Conditions of Trade
- Research, Standards
- Quality Unification
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