Romania Spent Only 25% of EU Funds Allocated for Large Infrastructure Projects

09.03.2019 By Ramona Cornea , Cristian Hostiuc

Romania absorbed only 25% of the funds allocated by the European Union for major infrastructure projects. The biggest infrastructure projects funded with EU funds include the rehabilitation of railway sections, construction of highways and a subway line. Seven of the ten largest EU-funded infrastructure projects are in Transylvania.

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