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EIB - I2I - INNOVATION 2010 INITIATIVE - 3 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

Loans for developing communication and information technology networks. European funding to give a better access to broadband telecommunications networks as well as the production and adoption of innovative ICT products and services.

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Loans for developing communication and information technology networks

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Completed in 2010, the initiative is continued through the strategy for implementation of the knowledge economy "of the EIB, Europe 2020 and the Union for Innovation.

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Access to broadband telecommunications networks as well as the production and adoption of innovative ICT ...


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