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The conditions under which projects can be submitted to the forthcoming PSC 5 are currently being clarified.
The closing date of the 5th Call for Proposals is now 29th April 2004. The 5th PSC will meet on 24th-25th June 2004 to discuss the applications submitted under the 5th call.

Following PMC 5 there will be a maximum grant rate of 48% on average project level applied for projet submissions under PSC5, due to regulatory constraints.
No reallocation of ERDF funding has been agreed and available funding is therefore unchanged from the situation after PSC 4. Specific amounts available for commitment during PSC 5 at Measure level have not been established.

The number of expected projects and the average ERDF requested by them indicates that compared to the overall number of submissions, only a relatively small number of projects will be approved by PSC 5. The available ERDF funding will not be able to match the demand under the 5th call. Therefore, fierce competition expected between projects for PSC5 should result in submissions of the highest quality.
We will of course provide you with further information as soon as we can. Please feel free to write to if you have any questions.


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