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EU projects supported through the 2007–2013 programmes have assisted some 602,400 participants, of which some 202,900 have been supported to gain qualifications and over 64,800 helped into work. In addition, some 31,800 (gross) jobs and some 10,500 enterprises have been created.

The performance of the programmes has been closely monitored by the All-Wales Programme Monitoring Committee, and we are on track to exceed targets agreed with the European Commission.

Organisations in Wales have also benefited by delivering an activity of these EU projects; as at 31 October 2015, projects with completed procurement exercises have been awarded contracts worth £1.6bn to organisations, of which over £1.1bn (72% of contract value) is to the private sector and over £186m (12%) to the third sector.

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This section includes a list of beneficiaries, the name of the operations and the allocation of public funds (both European and National)
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