Revised Text of the Council Decision concerning the Specific Programme "Ideas" implementing the Seventh Framework Programme (2007-2013) (link)

March 22, 2006

Brussels, 21 Mar 2006

Full text of Document 7361/06
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No. prev. doc.: 6940/06 RECH 50 COMPET 43
No. Cion prop.: 130/05 RECH 178 COMPET 194 - COM(2005) 441 final

Subject: Council Decision concerning the Specific Programme "Ideas" implementing the Seventh Framework Programme (2007-2013) of the European Community for research, technological development and demonstration activities
- Outcome of proceedings of the Council ("Competitiveness") on 13 March 2006

Delegations will find attached the draft text for the Specific Programme "Ideas" as it results from the meeting of the Council on 13 March 2006. The outstanding issues are indicated on pages 3 and 12.

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