Hungary's National Development Agency (NFÜ) said it launched the most complete and biggest database to date of projects in the country that have received European Union support.
The database, called EUTER (“EUMAP” in Hungarian), contains information on some 30,000 projects supported under the framework programs for paying out EU development funding in 2004-2006 and 2007-2013.
Hungary joined the EU in 2004, at the tail end of the union's seven-year budget period.
In addition to the amount of funding and the recipient, the database shows the project location on a map and includes pictures for some projects. (MTI – Econews)