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Select Committee on Trade and Industry Annxes to the Report


Appendix A

ANNUAL RETURN FOR COP OUTPUT MEASURES

Please note only record active cases and successes, which meet the definition, set out in the agreed COP definitions.

Period covered by the return
[1 April 20—31 Mar 20]
  
  
North
America
Europe
Asia
Pacific
  • Number of active projects
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]
§Number of Successful "greenfield"
projects in which COP member has had a
significant involvement
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]
§Total number of successful Projects
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]
§Total capital expenditure Involved (£ million)
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]
§Total number of new jobs created
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]
§Total number of jobs safe-guarded
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]
§Total Promotional Spend (£ million)
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]
§Total Advertising spend (£ million)
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]
§Total number of UK aftercare/IIDP visits
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]
§Total number of visits to foreign
companies overseas of which
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]
§Number of first visits
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]
§Number of second/subsequent visits
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]
§Number of regional tours
[    ]
[    ]
[    ]


Reform of European Structural Funds, Seventh Report of 1997-98, HC 697: Government Response, Seventh Special Report, HC 1130

  1.  The Committee decided, following its February 1998 visit to the European Commission's offices in Brussels, to undertake a brief inquiry into the Commission's proposals for the reform of the Structural Funds. After two evidence sessions, a visit to Merseyside and Lancashire and a visit by the Chairman to Brussels, the Committee reported in June 1998.

  2.  The Report set out the possible effects on the UK of the Commission's proposals, and the Committee's views on the Government's negotiating position. The Committee was generally supportive of the Government, while stressing the need for simplification of the bureaucracy, for targeting of funds to ward level or below and for continuation of one or two of the Community Initiatives it was proposed to terminate.

  3.  The Government's Reply of September 1998 agreed with the bulk of the Committee's recommendations conclusions and analysis, and welcomed its support for many aspects of its negotiating position.

  4.  Prior to the current exercise, the Committee sought an update from the department on the outcome of the Structural Fund negotiations. This was provided in December 1999, and has already been reported to the House. It is printed below.


 
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