Presidency's progress report on proposal for Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme 2007-13 - Competitiveness Council, 28-29 November (link)

November 7, 2005

Brussels, 4 November 2005

Full text of Document 13814/05
Suite of documents 13814/05

October 2005

NOTE from: the Presidency to: Coreper/Council Cion.prop. 8081/05 COMPET 67 RECH 79 ENER 55 ENV 164 TELECOM ECO 124 CODEC 264 COM(2005) 121 final

Subject: Proposal for a Decision of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing a Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (2007- 2013) - Progress Report Competitiveness Council, 28/29 November 2005


This progress report:
* Clarifies the relationship between CIP and FP7
* Clarifies the relationship between CIP and the structural funds
* Clarifies the role of eco-innovation in CIP
* Sets out principles for the management of CIP
* Clarifies the articulation of the horizontal instruments in CIP
* Sets out principles for the evaluation of CIP

Ministers are invited to endorse the approach to these issues set out in the report to enable this to be reflected in the textual amendments to be made during the Austrian Presidency.


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