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First EU money offered within Health Operational Programme

Specialised hospitals could soon receive financial assistance towards their reconstruction and modernisation within the Health Ministry-managed Health Operational Programme. The ministry has announced a call for bids for non-refundable contributions from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), according to information on the ministry's web site. The overall volume of finances earmarked for this call amounts to Sk600 million (€19.92 million). The minimum non-refundable contribution per bid is Sk50 million (€1.66 million), while the maximum is Sk200 million (€6.639 million). The call is time-limited. Bids will be accepted until October 23, 2008. SITA

Specialised hospitals could soon receive financial assistance towards their reconstruction and modernisation within the Health Ministry-managed Health Operational Programme. The ministry has announced a call for bids for non-refundable contributions from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), according to information on the ministry's web site. The overall volume of finances earmarked for this call amounts to Sk600 million (€19.92 million). The minimum non-refundable contribution per bid is Sk50 million (€1.66 million), while the maximum is Sk200 million (€6.639 million). The call is time-limited. Bids will be accepted until October 23, 2008. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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