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    Why local efforts to stimulate economic growth matter so much? What can local administrations do in order to succeed in this task? This debate is ongoing and relevant as ever. Check out a short video from the Local Economic Development Forum, held in September 2017 in Tbilisi, Georgia, where expert opinions on the topic are featured.


     

     

     

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    16 pioneer projects in five countries have been selected by the EC for grant funding in the framework of the Mayors for Economic Growth Initiative. The total projected budget for the EU contribution to these selected interventions is 8,355,750 Euro. More detail on the pilot projects will be available shortly.

     

     

     

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    After the first round of training events, conducted across the region in November 2017, the M4EG Signatories started off their economic growth planning efforts with establishing local economic development partnerships with relevant stakeholders, and jointly conducting a multifaceted comprehensive analysis of the economic situation in their municipalities.

     

     

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    “...I am quite impressed by the amount of interest that we have seen to the Mayors for Economic Growth Initiative. And I think we have high expectations and we will also be very supportive to this, and see what we can do in order to see this moving forward”.

    Mr. Christian Danielsson, Director General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations at the European Commission (Welcome remarks at the Local Economic Development Forum in Tbilisi, Georgia, on 13 September 2017)

     

     

 

 

LatesT News

25 July 2018

25 July, 2018 – A public launching event of the Pioneer Project “South Open Gate of Moldova for Businesses and Investments Promotion” was held in Cimislia. The project is funded by the EU under the Mayor for Economic Growth (M4EG) Initiative and implemented by Cimislia District Council in partnership with the Organization for Small and Medium Enterprises Development of Moldova (ODIMM) and the South Regional Development Agency (RDA).

27 June 2018

On 27 June 2018, the key stakeholders of the EU flagship Initiative “Mayors for Economic Growth” gathered together in Cimislia, Moldova, for the second time since the start of the Project implementation in January 2017.

19 June 2018

Ukrainian amalgamated territorial community Nove Misto will create a unique tourist product by combining traditions of American cowboys and culture of ‘Boyky’ local ethnic group. A new tourist area of 6, 6 hectares will be located in Hrabivnytsia village, which is the part of the community territory just near the Polish border. The project titled “COWBOYky. Ukrainian Wild West” is funded by the EU under the Mayor for Economic Growth (M4EG) Initiative.