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Oct 14, 2022 18:06 EEST
October 14 (SeeNews) - Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) active in the food and construction industries will be able to submit applications for technology grants worth a total 300 million euro ($292 million) starting October 25, the ministry for investment and European projects announced.
The grants will help SMEs to refurbish their technological capacity by investing in modern equipment and energy efficiency projects, the investment and European projects ministry said in a press release on Thursday.
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The scheme will be open to applicants until October 31.
The technology grants are part of a 1.5 billion euro government support package for businesses impacted by the pandemic, by high energy and fuel prices and by the war in Ukraine.
The package also includes grants for small and large companies which aim to invest in energy efficiency, working capital micro-grants for the agri-food sector and other funds destined for SMEs looking to increase their resilience by investing in more efficient technologies.
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