This has recently been published by the Financial Times here (Search: here), but they seem to be ... hesistant to let anyone else get their data. Is this available for bulk download anywhere?

asked 18 Jan '11, 00:07

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Hi there Pudo Get in touch with [email protected] to request the data directly. Financial Times is planning to make the data available as a full download shortly.

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answered 18 Jan '11, 11:22

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You can't download it from the Financial Transparency System, because "...this information is separate from information on funds managed by EU or non-EU national governments or other parties on behalf of the Commission." Structural Funds beneficiaries are published by hundreds of authorities in all the member states, not centrally. The data comes from here http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/country/commu/beneficiaries/index_en.htm and here http://ec.europa.eu/employment_social/esf/projects/projects_en.htm.

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answered 19 Jan '11, 11:05

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Seems more like a comment on a previous answer than a new answer but an excellent comment and very useful piece of info!

(19 Jan '11, 11:31) rgrp ♦♦

I suppose the data comes from the original source on Europa.eu website and you can download it directly form the European Commission Financial Transparency System

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answered 18 Jan '11, 16:52

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Is this purely a subset of FTS? If so, we have it already ;-)

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