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TRENCA Ioan; PETRIA Nicolae; DROJ Laurentiu;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2012 Journal: Revista economica, volume Supplement, issue 4, pages 608-617
European funding is considered to be one of the hot topics in Romania and all over Eastern Europe since its novelty and its expected capacity to improve the life of the newly integrated European citizens. The linkages between the European Financial Support Programmes, the private financing performed by the banking sector and the private companies which are intending to use the structural funds to finance their investments is obvious. The present paper analyzed these linkages, creates a case study and underlines several common characteristics of Cost Benefit Analysis and Bankability methodology.
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