Mont-Saint-Michel in France supported by ERDF

Korba Every year, the rocky islet of Mont-Saint-Michel in Normandy welcomes 2.5 million visitors from all over the world. Tourism, as well as the natural changes occuring over the years, are taking a toll on the islet. This is why Mont-Saint-Michel is gradually turning to sustainable economic development and high-quality tourism.
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Two towns, one urban centre project

http://charles-et-cie.fr/?yapravtuneprav=villers-bretonneux-agence-de-rencontre&3d1=71 In January 2017 Interreg Estonia-Latvia approved 28 projects. The selected projects will focus on 3 cooperation priorities: among Estonian and Latvian entrepreneurs, fostering labor mobility and creating a better living environment between the two countries. The full list of selected 28 projects can be found here. Read more: http://www.estlat.eu/news/programme-news/7256/ 
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Integrity Pact in Practice: A Bulgarian example

As of October 2016 Transparency International Bulgaria is conducting an independent civil monitoring over the public procurement procedure for building the longest tunnel in Bulgaria – the Cohesion funded-Zheleznitsa tunnel.
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Commission & Transparency International fight corruption

In January 2016 the European Commission launched the second phase of the project ‘Integrity Pacts – Civil Control Mechanism for Safeguarding EU Funds’ in cooperation with Transparency International. The aim of this joint project is to find new innovative ways of preventing corrupt practices in EU-funded projects.  
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Roaming charges over in June 2017

For a decade, the European Commission has been working to reduce the surcharges that telecom operators imposed on their customers each time they crossed used their mobile device abroad. On 1 February 2017 the EU negotiated wholesale prices, taking one step closer towards the end of roaming charges. 
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Erasmus+: Changing lives

        Yet, Erasmus not only proved to improve career prospects, but it also broadens horizons and social links: 40% of former Erasmus students have changed their country of residence or work at least once since graduation, almost double the number of those who were not mobile during studies; 33% have a partner of a different nationality, compared with 13% of those who stay home during their studies. Based on this, the Commission estimated that around one million babies are likely to have been born to Erasmus couples since 1987.
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