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2010-11 Executive Budget

2010-11 Enacted Budget

Annual Information Statement, Continuing Disclosure and Methodology Report

2010-11 Executive Budget Presentation

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Appropriation Bills, Deficiency Bills, Article VII Bills, and Memoranda in Support

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The Enacted Budget Bill copy can be found on the Legislative Session Information Page. Vaneli Dedalo 2F2Zlx

Education, Labor and Family Assistance Budget Bill (Includes Revenue Actions) Appropriation Bill (S6603-B/A9703-C) Article VII and Revenue Bill (S6607-B/A9707-C)

Education, Labor and Family Assistance Budget Bill (Includes Revenue Actions)

Health and Mental Hygiene Budget Bill Appropriation Bill (S6604-B/A9704-C) Article VII Bill (S6608-B/A9708-C)

Health and Mental Hygiene Budget Bill

Public Protection / General Government Budget Bill Appropriation Bill (S6600-C/A9700-D) Article VII Bill (S6606-B/A9706-C)

Public Protection / General Government Budget Bill

Transportation, Economic Development and Environmental Conservation Budget Bills Appropriation Bill (S6605-C/A9705-D) Article VII Bill (S6609-B/A9709-C)

The ultimate aim for the Strategic Economic Plan is to improve the economic competitiveness of the Coventry and Warwickshire economy, as this remains the benchmark against which developed economies continue to be measured. To that end, CWLEP is determined to increase employment and wealth opportunities for all. Under the theme 3Enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs, there is a particular emphasis on supporting internationalisation of SMEs. Following the economic downturn the number of new businesses has started to increase in the last two years, it is recognised that young businesses are particularly vulnerable to failure in the first few years of their existence. Investment will also focus on helping established SMEs to enhance their competitiveness on both a national and global level, and on improving their resilience to future economic turbulence.

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ROP ERDF ABRUZZO 2014-2020

The ROP ERDF Abruzzo 2014-2020 is currently being approved by the EC and provides for a total budget of about 231 million Euros. The region, with support from the ERDF, for the 2014-2020 programming period has enabled 8 Priorities:

I. Research, Technological Development and Innovation,

II. Spread digital services,

III. Competitiveness of the economy,

IV. Promotion of a low carbon,

V. Reduction of landslide risk,

VI. Protection and enhancement of natural and cultural resources,

VII. Sustainable Urban Development,

VIII. Technical Assistance.

Competitiveness under Axis III of the production system, measures have been developed for the internationalization of SMEs and support their growth in international markets. These objectives are pursued by the Abruzzo region, including through the identification and support of combinations directed to the development of the innovative capacity of firms such as Innovation Poles as Capitank.

Capitank is the Innovation Pole of the chemical pharmaceutical industry, made up of large companies such as Sanofi, Dompé, Menarini, Alfa Wassermann, the three University of Abruzzo and many SMEs. Capitank will develop important activities in developing activities to promote the competitiveness and the entrepreneurial system and to strengthen its position on the domestic and external markets, as well as to guide the actions of the Abruzzo region in the development of the internationalization of local companies

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