Poland already uses 73.9% of EU funds for 2007-2013.

By bne IntelliNews April 4, 2012
By the end of Q1 of 2012, Poland has used EUR 202.7bn from the European Union's funds earmarked for 2007-2013, i.e. 73.9% of the available resources, according to the ministry of regional development. In Q1 alone, Poland certified 95.7% of the planned amount with the European Union (i.e. PLN 10.2bn), regional development minister Elzbieta Bienkowska announced. In the whole year, this amount will be PLN 50.4bn. Poland joined EU in May of 2004.
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