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Attracting European Investment to the Mediterranean

The EuroMed Partnership promotes closer economic cooperation between the countries of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean and the European Union. Key priorities are the development of enterprise, competitiveness and innovation, as well as the facilitation of trade in industrial products.


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Nine studies selected for funding under second round of FEMISE internal competition
The EU-funded Euro-Mediterranean Forum of Economic Institutes (FEMISE) has...
Support to youth and employment in Algeria: Call for projects for integration of excluded youth
A call for projects aimed at supporting local initiatives for social and...
EU-Jordan trade: rules of origin made simple to boost investment and job creation
The EU and Jordan reconfirmed their solid partnership, strengthening their...
FEATURES - Archive
'Fertigation' saves farmers while protecting nature
It's not easy to cope with an increased demand for agricultural products...
The biggest solar complex in Africa
With support from the European Union, the Moroccan Solar Energy Agency is busy...
A passport for exports
Creating and developing small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is a major...
PUBLICATIONS - Archive
Southern Mediterranean Investment Coordination Initiative (AMICI): Mapping/stocktaking exercise key findings
This Mapping/stocktaking exercise, completed in the framework of the Southern...
Young people not in employment, education or training in the EU Neighbourhood Countries – ETF Report
 A study conducted by the ETF on the situation of young people not in...
The Neighbourhood Investment Facility (NIF) - Activity report 2008-2012
The Neighbourhood Investment Facility (NIF) is financial mechanism aimed at...
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