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Poland: Chemical industry, grants for R&D projects

Poland: Chemical industry, grants for R&D projects

Grants to fund research and development (R&D) projects are being made available in Poland. The grant program will provide support to businesses and consortia of companies. The application process for grant funding will be available beginning 1 February and ending 1 March 2016.


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Funding will be granted for eligible projects that involve industrial research and/or development in a variety of areas. 

The level of aid will range between 25-80% of eligible costs of the project, with the total grants set at 120 million PLN (approximately U.S. $30 million). For eligible projects, the minimum value of eligible costs will be 1 million PLN, and maximum value of the eligible costs will be 20 million PLN.


Read a January 2016 report [PDF 358 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Poland: Support for R&D projects carried out by companies in the chemical industry

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