First Responses to the Omnibus Regulation from Interreg Central Europe

The Omnibus Regulation, simplifying the existing EU financial rules, came out this July and the first echoes are already here: in August, Interreg Central Europe amended their Implementation manual by updating the calculation method of staff costs for staff working part-time in line with the Article 68a(2). More specifically, for individuals employed by the beneficiary to work part of their time on the project with a flexible number of hours per month, the reimbursement of staff costs shall be calculated on the basis of real worked hours in the project in the concerned month. Costs to be claimed in the project
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SMEs & Circular Economy: Meet Interreg Project CESME

How can regional and local authorities and business development agencies improve relevant policy instruments and design support packages to assist SMEs in their transition towards a circular economy? In its Circular Economy Toolkit, the CESME project focuses on a return on investment analysis, quantifying the economic and social benefits of circular value chains. Its White Book guides SMEs step-by-step into circular economy…
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Two towns, one urban centre project

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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