EC allocates €160 mln for hospital developments in Hungary
The European Commission has earmarked more than €160 mln for the development of Hungarian hospitals in Hungary, Hungarian news agency MTI reported yesterday. A new hospital complex which will be built in Nyíregyháza, northeastern Hungary for €56 mln, will receive €44 mln of its construction budget from EU coffers.
A €54 mln expansion of a clinic in Szeged, southeastern Hungary, will receive €43 mln, while the modernization of the hospitals of Pécs and Kaposvár, in southwestern Hungary, will receive €39 mln and €35 mln, respectively. The EU’s regional development support for the period of 2007-2013 is for Hungarian-funded projects which have already begun or have been completed, the EC said earlier.
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