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BUDGETS

 

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Definitive adoption (EU, Euratom) 2015/366 of Amending budget No 2 of the European Union for the financial year 2014

1

 

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Definitive adoption (EU, Euratom) 2015/367 of Amending budget No 3 of the European Union for the financial year 2014

366

 

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Definitive adoption (EU, Euratom) 2015/368 of Amending budget No 4 of the European Union for the financial year 2014

460

 

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Definitive adoption (EU, Euratom) 2015/369 of Amending budget No 5 of the European Union for the financial year 2014

468

 

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Definitive adoption (EU, Euratom) 2015/370 of Amending budget No 6 of the European Union for the financial year 2014

493

 

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Definitive adoption (EU, Euratom) 2015/371 of Amending budget No 7 of the European Union for the financial year 2014

501

All amounts in this budget document are expressed in euro unless otherwise indicated.

Any revenue provided for in Article 21(2) and (3) of the Financial Regulation, entered in Titles 5 and 6 of the statement of revenue, may lead to additional appropriations being entered on the headings which bore the initial expenditure giving rise to the corresponding revenue.

Figures for outturn refer to all authorised appropriations, including budget appropriations, additional appropriations and earmarked revenue.

EN

Acts whose titles are printed in light type are those relating to day-to-day management of agricultural matters, and are generally valid for a limited period.

The titles of all other Acts are printed in bold type and preceded by an asterisk.


I Legislative acts

BUDGETS

17.3.2015   

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Official Journal of the European Union

L 73/1


DEFINITIVE ADOPTION (EU, Euratom) 2015/366

of Amending budget No 2 of the European Union for the financial year 2014

THE PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT,

having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Article 314(4)(a) and (9) thereof,

having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community, and in particular Article 106a thereof,

having regard to Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 (1),

having regard to Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1311/2013 of 2 December 2013 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2014-2020 (2),

having regard to the Interinstitutional Agreement of 2 December 2013 between the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission on budgetary discipline, on cooperation in budgetary matters and on sound financial management (3),

having regard to the general budget of the European Union for the financial year 2014, as definitively adopted on 20 November 2013 (4),

having regard to Draft amending budget No 3 of the European Union for the financial year 2014, which the Commission adopted on 28 May 2014,

having regard to the position on Draft amending budget No 3/2014, which the Council adopted on 12 December 2014 and forwarded to Parliament on the same day,

having regard to Parliament's approval of 17 December 2014 of the Council position,

having regard to Rules 88 and 91 of Parliament’s Rules of Procedure,

DECLARES:

Sole Article

The procedure under Article 314 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union is complete and Amending budget No 2 of the European Union for the financial year 2014 has been definitively adopted.

Done at Strasbourg, 17 December 2014.

The President

M. SCHULZ


(1)  OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1.

(2)  OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 884.

(3)  OJ C 373, 20.12.2013, p. 1.

(4)  OJ L 51, 20.2.2014.


AMENDING BUDGET No 2 FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2014

CONTENTS

GENERAL STATEMENT OF REVENUE

A. Introduction and financing of the general budget 4
B. General statement of revenue by budget heading 12

— Title 1:

Own resources 13

— Title 7:

Interest on late payments and fines 17

— Title 8:

Borrowing and lending operations 20

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE BY SECTION

Section III: Commission

— Revenue 24

— Title 7:

Interest on late payments and fines 25

— Title 8:

Borrowing and lending operations 28
— Expenditure 31

— Title XX:

Administrative expenditure allocated to policy areas 33

— Title 01:

Economic and financial affairs 37

— Title 02:

Enterprise and industry 43

— Title 03:

Competition 51

— Title 04:

Employment, social affairs and inclusion 53

— Title 05:

Agriculture and rural development 68

— Title 06:

Mobility and transport 89

— Title 07:

Environment 91

— Title 08:

Research and innovation 97

— Title 09:

Communications networks, content and technology 110

— Title 11:

Maritime affairs and fisheries 126

— Title 12:

Internal market and services 166

— Title 13:

Regional and urban policy 174

— Title 14:

Taxation and customs union 188

— Title 15:

Education and culture 194

— Title 16:

Communication 204

— Title 17:

Health and consumer protection 212

— Title 18:

Home affairs 222

— Title 19:

Foreign policy instruments 234

— Title 20:

Trade 239

— Title 21:

Development and cooperation 246

— Title 22:

Enlargement 272

— Title 23:

Humanitarian aid and civil protection 278

— Title 24:

Fight against fraud 285

— Title 25:

Commission’s policy coordination and legal advice 289

— Title 26:

Commission’s administration 292

— Title 27:

Budget 302

— Title 28:

Audit 304

— Title 29:

Statistics 306

— Title 31:

Language services 311

— Title 32:

Energy 314

— Title 33:

Justice 318

— Title 34:

Climate action 325

— Title 40:

Reserves 332
— Staff 334
Annexes 340

Section VII: Committee of the Regions

— Expenditure 353

— Title 1:

Persons working with the institution 354
— Staff 358

Section IX: European Data Protection Supervisor

— Expenditure 361

— Title 1:

Expenditure relating to persons working with the institution 362
— Staff 365

A.   INTRODUCTION AND FINANCING OF THE GENERAL BUDGET

FINANCING OF THE GENERAL BUDGET

Appropriations to be covered during the financial year 2014 pursuant to Article 1 of Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources

EXPENDITURE

Description

Budget 2014 (1)

Budget 2013 (2)

Change (%)

1.

Smart and inclusive growth

65 300 076 773

69 127 255 205

–5,54

2.

Sustainable growth: natural resources

56 443 752 595

57 814 298 094

–2,37

3.

Security and citizenship

1 665 510 850

1 894 151 766

–12,07

4.

Global Europe

6 840 655 156

6 731 869 945

+1,62

5.

Administration

8 405 638 341

8 417 791 740

–0,14

6.

Compensation

28 600 000

75 000 000

–61,87

Special instruments

350 000 000

390 465 192

–10,36

Total expenditure  (3)

139 034 233 715

144 450 831 942

–3,75


REVENUE

Description

Budget 2014 (4)

Budget 2013 (5)

Change (%)

Miscellaneous revenue (Titles 4 to 9)

3 112 428 277

3 067 967 007

+1,45

Surplus available from the preceding financial year (Chapter 3 0, Article 3 0 0)

p.m.

1 023 276 526

Surplus of own resources resulting from the repayment of the surplus of the Guarantee Fund for external actions (Chapter 3 0, Article 3 0 2)

p.m.

34 000 000

Balance of own resources accruing from VAT and GNP/GNI-based own resources for earlier years (Chapters 3 1 and 3 2)

p.m.

p.m.

Total revenue for Titles 3 to 9

3 112 428 277

4 125 243 533

–24,55

Net amount of customs duties and sugar levies (Chapters 1 1 and 1 2)

16 310 700 000

14 822 700 000

+10,04

VAT-based own resource at the uniform rate (Tables 1 and 2, Chapter 1 3)

17 882 179 650

14 680 052 250

+21,81

Remainder to be financed by the additional resource (GNI-based own resource, Table 3, Chapter 1 4)

101 728 925 788

110 822 836 159

–8,21

Appropriations to be covered by the own resources referred to in Article 2 of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom (6)

135 921 805 438

140 325 588 409

–3,14

Total revenue  (7)

139 034 233 715

144 450 831 942

–3,75


TABLE 1

Calculation of capping of harmonised value added tax (VAT) bases pursuant to Article 2(1)(b) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

Member State

1 % of non-capped VAT base

1 % of gross national income

Capping rate (in %)

1 % of gross national income multiplied by capping rate

1 % of capped VAT base (8)

Member States whose VAT base is capped

 

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Belgium

1 675 608 000

3 995 217 000

50

1 997 608 500

1 675 608 000

 

Bulgaria

206 005 000

414 657 000

50

207 328 500

206 005 000

 

Czech Republic

645 752 000

1 428 027 000

50

714 013 500

645 752 000

 

Denmark

1 020 116 000

2 641 773 000

50

1 320 886 500

1 020 116 000

 

Germany

12 384 113 000

28 440 033 000

50

14 220 016 500

12 384 113 000

 

Estonia

87 252 000

184 233 000

50

92 116 500

87 252 000

 

Ireland

653 931 000

1 384 808 000

50

692 404 000

653 931 000

 

Greece

650 120 000

1 813 897 000

50

906 948 500

650 120 000

 

Spain

4 561 628 000

10 515 414 000

50

5 257 707 000

4 561 628 000

 

France

9 681 072 000

21 602 716 000

50

10 801 358 000

9 681 072 000

 

Croatia

277 716 000

438 824 000

50

219 412 000

219 412 000

Croatia

Italy

6 568 051 000

16 020 137 000

50

8 010 068 500

6 568 051 000

 

Cyprus

107 177 000

154 720 000

50

77 360 000

77 360 000

Cyprus

Latvia

82 650 000

249 297 000

50

124 648 500

82 650 000

 

Lithuania

141 652 000

353 042 000

50

176 521 000

141 652 000

 

Luxembourg

272 111 000

340 956 000

50

170 478 000

170 478 000

Luxembourg

Hungary

410 328 000

977 036 000

50

488 518 000

410 328 000

 

Malta

52 918 000

68 120 000

50

34 060 000

34 060 000

Malta

Netherlands

2 661 465 000

6 274 369 000

50

3 137 184 500

2 661 465 000

 

Austria

1 487 892 000

3 296 730 000

50

1 648 365 000

1 487 892 000

 

Poland

1 924 394 000

3 938 971 000

50

1 969 485 500

1 924 394 000

 

Portugal

775 448 000

1 615 868 000

50

807 934 000

775 448 000

 

Romania

544 383 000

1 507 998 000

50

753 999 000

544 383 000

 

Slovenia

176 664 000

349 637 000

50

174 818 500

174 818 500

Slovenia

Slovakia

259 706 000

759 723 000

50

379 861 500

259 706 000

 

Finland

972 177 000

2 066 821 000

50

1 033 410 500

972 177 000

 

Sweden

1 990 462 000

4 549 119 000

50

2 274 559 500

1 990 462 000

 

United Kingdom

9 546 932 000

19 611 871 000

50

9 805 935 500

9 546 932 000

 

Total

59 817 723 000

134 994 014 000

 

67 497 007 000

59 607 265 500

 


TABLE 2

Breakdown of own resources accruing from VAT pursuant to Article 2(1)(b) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom (Chapter 1 3)

Member State

1 % of capped VAT base

Uniform rate of VAT own resource (in %)

VAT-based own resource at uniform rate

 

(1)

(2)

(3) = (1) × (2)

Belgium

1 675 608 000

0,300

502 682 400

Bulgaria

206 005 000

0,300

61 801 500

Czech Republic

645 752 000

0,300

193 725 600

Denmark

1 020 116 000

0,300

306 034 800

Germany

12 384 113 000

0,300

3 715 233 900

Estonia

87 252 000

0,300

26 175 600

Ireland

653 931 000

0,300

196 179 300

Greece

650 120 000

0,300

195 036 000

Spain

4 561 628 000

0,300

1 368 488 400

France

9 681 072 000

0,300

2 904 321 600

Croatia

219 412 000

0,300

65 823 600

Italy

6 568 051 000

0,300

1 970 415 300

Cyprus

77 360 000

0,300

23 208 000

Latvia

82 650 000

0,300

24 795 000

Lithuania

141 652 000

0,300

42 495 600

Luxembourg

170 478 000

0,300

51 143 400

Hungary

410 328 000

0,300

123 098 400

Malta

34 060 000

0,300

10 218 000

Netherlands

2 661 465 000

0,300

798 439 500

Austria

1 487 892 000

0,300

446 367 600

Poland

1 924 394 000

0,300

577 318 200

Portugal

775 448 000

0,300

232 634 400

Romania

544 383 000

0,300

163 314 900

Slovenia

174 818 500

0,300

52 445 550

Slovakia

259 706 000

0,300

77 911 800

Finland

972 177 000

0,300

291 653 100

Sweden

1 990 462 000

0,300

597 138 600

United Kingdom

9 546 932 000

0,300

2 864 079 600

Total

59 607 265 500

 

17 882 179 650


TABLE 3

Determination of uniform rate and breakdown of resources based on gross national income pursuant to Article 2(1)(c) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom (Chapter 1 4)

Member State

1 % of gross national income

Uniform rate of ‘additional base’‚ own resource

‘Additional base’ own resource at uniform rate

 

(1)

(2)

(3) = (1) × (2)

Belgium

3 995 217 000

 

3 010 719 673

Bulgaria

414 657 000

 

312 477 642

Czech Republic

1 428 027 000

 

1 076 134 033

Denmark

2 641 773 000

 

1 990 789 973

Germany

28 440 033 000

 

21 431 868 872

Estonia

184 233 000

 

138 834 491

Ireland

1 384 808 000

 

1 043 565 015

Greece

1 813 897 000

 

1 366 918 338

Spain

10 515 414 000

 

7 924 216 332

France

21 602 716 000

 

16 279 396 602

Croatia

438 824 000

 

330 689 434

Italy

16 020 137 000

 

12 072 471 065

Cyprus

154 720 000

 

116 594 054

Latvia

249 297 000

0,7535810 (9)

187 865 486

Lithuania

353 042 000

 

266 045 748

Luxembourg

340 956 000

 

256 937 968

Hungary

977 036 000

 

736 275 778

Malta

68 120 000

 

51 333 939

Netherlands

6 274 369 000

 

4 728 245 346

Austria

3 296 730 000

 

2 484 353 132

Poland

3 938 971 000

 

2 968 333 755

Portugal

1 615 868 000

 

1 217 687 444

Romania

1 507 998 000

 

1 136 398 660

Slovenia

349 637 000

 

263 479 805

Slovakia

759 723 000

 

572 512 828

Finland

2 066 821 000

 

1 557 517 062

Sweden

4 549 119 000

 

3 428 129 703

United Kingdom

19 611 871 000

 

14 779 133 610

Total

134 994 014 000

 

101 728 925 788


TABLE 4

Correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom for the year 2013 pursuant to Article 4 of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom (Chapter 1 5)

Description

Coefficient (10) (%)

Amount

1.

United Kingdom’s share (in %) of notional uncapped VAT base

16,2077

 

2.

United Kingdom’s share (in %) of enlargement-adjusted total allocated expenditure

6,5970

 

3.

(1) – (2)

9,6107

 

4.

Total allocated expenditure

 

133 640 172 409

5

Enlargement related expenditure (11)

 

31 848 333 003

6.

Enlargement-adjusted total allocated expenditure = (4) – (5)

 

101 791 839 406

7.

United Kingdom’s correction original amount = (3) × (6) × 0,66

 

6 456 694 911

8.

United Kingdom’s advantage (12)

 

1 176 577 247

9.

Core United Kingdom’s correction = (7) – (8)

 

5 280 117 664

10.

Windfall gains deriving from traditional own resources (13)

 

–17 223 040

11.

Correction for the United Kingdom = (9) – (10)

 

5 297 340 704


TABLE 5

Calculation of the financing of the correction for the United Kingdom amounting to EUR –5 297 340 704 (Chapter 1 5)

Member State

Percentage share of GNI base

Shares without the United Kingdom

Shares without Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Sweden and the United Kingdom

Three quarters of the share of Germany, the Netherlands, Austria and Sweden in column 2

Column 4 distributed in accordance with column 3

Financing scale

Financing scale applied to the correction

 

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6) = (2) + (4) + (5)

(7)

Belgium

2,96

3,46

5,49

 

1,52

4,98

263 826 803

Bulgaria

0,31

0,36

0,57

 

0,16

0,52

27 382 150

Czech Republic

1,06

1,24

1,96

 

0,54

1,78

94 300 710

Denmark

1,96

2,29

3,63

 

0,99

3,29

174 451 231

Germany

21,07

24,65

0,00

–18,49

0,00

6,16

326 429 505

Estonia

0,14

0,16

0,25

 

0,07

0,23

12 165 948

Ireland

1,03

1,20

1,90

 

0,53

1,73

91 446 714

Greece

1,34

1,57

2,49

 

0,69

2,26

119 781 891

Spain

7,79

9,11

14,44

 

3,99

13,11

694 392 334

France

16,00

18,72

29,67

 

8,21

26,93

1 426 549 672

Croatia

0,33

0,38

0,60

 

0,17

0,55

28 978 034

Italy

11,87

13,88

22,00

 

6,09

19,97

1 057 900 367

Cyprus

0,11

0,13

0,21

 

0,06

0,19

10 217 038

Latvia

0,18

0,22

0,34

 

0,09

0,31

16 462 493

Lithuania

0,26

0,31

0,48

 

0,13

0,44

23 313 363

Luxembourg

0,25

0,30

0,47

 

0,13

0,43

22 515 255

Hungary

0,72

0,85

1,34

 

0,37

1,22

64 519 220

Malta

0,05

0,06

0,09

 

0,03

0,08

4 498 349

Netherlands

4,65

5,44

0,00

–4,08

0,00

1,36

72 016 062

Austria

2,44

2,86

0,00

–2,14

0,00

0,71

37 839 265

Poland

2,92

3,41

5,41

 

1,50

4,91

260 112 561

Portugal

1,20

1,40

2,22

 

0,61

2,01

106 704 915

Romania

1,12

1,31

2,07

 

0,57

1,88

99 581 648

Slovenia

0,26

0,30

0,48

 

0,13

0,44

23 088 511

Slovakia

0,56

0,66

1,04

 

0,29

0,95

50 168 812

Finland

1,53

1,79

2,84

 

0,79

2,58

136 483 895

Sweden

3,37

3,94

0,00

–2,96

0,00

0,99

52 213 958

United Kingdom

14,53

0,00

0,00

 

0,00

0,00

0

Total

100,00

100,00

100,00

–27,66

27,66

100,00

5 297 340 704

The calculations are made to 15 decimal places.

TABLE 6

Summary of financing (14) of the general budget by type of own resource and by Member State

Member State

Traditional own resources (TOR)

VAT and GNI-based own resources, including adjustments

Total own resources (15)

Net sugar sector levies (75 %)

Net customs duties (75 %)

Total net traditional own resources (75 %)

Collection costs (25 % of gross TOR) (p.m.)

VAT-based own resource

GNI-based own resource

United Kingdom correction

Total ‘national contributions’

Share in total ‘national contributions’ (%)

 

(1)

(2)

(3) = (1) + (2)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8) = (5) + (6) + (7)

(9)

(10) = (3) + (8)

Belgium

6 600 000

1 585 000 000

1 591 600 000

530 533 333

502 682 400

3 010 719 673

263 826 803

3 777 228 876

3,16

5 368 828 876

Bulgaria

400 000

53 700 000

54 100 000

18 033 333

61 801 500

312 477 642

27 382 150

401 661 292

0,34

455 761 292

Czech Republic

3 400 000

173 400 000

176 800 000

58 933 333

193 725 600

1 076 134 033

94 300 710

1 364 160 343

1,14

1 540 960 343

Denmark

3 400 000

295 900 000

299 300 000

99 766 667

306 034 800

1 990 789 973

174 451 231

2 471 276 004

2,07

2 770 576 004

Germany

26 300 000

3 386 600 000

3 412 900 000

1 137 633 332

3 715 233 900

21 431 868 872

326 429 505

25 473 532 277

21,30

28 886 432 277

Estonia

0

23 700 000

23 700 000

7 900 000

26 175 600

138 834 491

12 165 948

177 176 039

0,15

200 876 039

Ireland

0

213 300 000

213 300 000

71 100 000

196 179 300

1 043 565 015

91 446 714

1 331 191 029

1,11

1 544 491 029

Greece

1 400 000

114 600 000

116 000 000

38 666 667

195 036 000

1 366 918 338

119 781 891

1 681 736 229

1,41

1 797 736 229

Spain

4 700 000

1 030 900 000

1 035 600 000

345 200 000

1 368 488 400

7 924 216 332

694 392 334

9 987 097 066

8,35

11 022 697 066

France

30 900 000

1 468 900 000

1 499 800 000

499 933 333

2 904 321 600

16 279 396 602

1 426 549 672

20 610 267 874

17,23

22 110 067 874

Croatia

1 700 000

35 500 000

37 200 000

12 400 000

65 823 600

330 689 434

28 978 034

425 491 068

0,36

462 691 068

Italy

4 700 000

1 498 800 000

1 503 500 000

501 166 667

1 970 415 300

12 072 471 065

1 057 900 367

15 100 786 732

12,62

16 604 286 732

Cyprus

0

16 000 000

16 000 000

5 333 333

23 208 000

116 594 054

10 217 038

150 019 092

0,13

166 019 092

Latvia

0

22 100 000

22 100 000

7 366 667

24 795 000

187 865 486

16 462 493

229 122 979

0,19

251 222 979

Lithuania

800 000

53 900 000

54 700 000

18 233 334

42 495 600

266 045 748

23 313 363

331 854 711

0,28

386 554 711

Luxembourg

0

12 300 000

12 300 000

4 100 000

51 143 400

256 937 968

22 515 255

330 596 623

0,28

342 896 623

Hungary

2 000 000

94 500 000

96 500 000

32 166 667

123 098 400

736 275 778

64 519 220

923 893 398

0,77

1 020 393 398

Malta

0

9 600 000

9 600 000

3 200 000

10 218 000

51 333 939

4 498 349

66 050 288

0,06

75 650 288

Netherlands

7 300 000

1 938 600 000

1 945 900 000

648 633 333

798 439 500

4 728 245 346

72 016 062

5 598 700 908

4,68

7 544 600 908

Austria

3 200 000

164 700 000

167 900 000

55 966 667

446 367 600

2 484 353 132

37 839 265

2 968 559 997

2,48

3 136 459 997

Poland

12 800 000

369 400 000

382 200 000

127 400 000

577 318 200

2 968 333 755

260 112 561

3 805 764 516

3,18

4 187 964 516

Portugal

200 000

120 500 000

120 700 000

40 233 334

232 634 400

1 217 687 444

106 704 915

1 557 026 759

1,30

1 677 726 759

Romania

1 000 000

106 200 000

107 200 000

35 733 333

163 314 900

1 136 398 660

99 581 648

1 399 295 208

1,17

1 506 495 208

Slovenia

0

66 400 000

66 400 000

22 133 333

52 445 550

263 479 805

23 088 511

339 013 866

0,28

405 413 866

Slovakia

1 400 000

85 500 000

86 900 000

28 966 667

77 911 800

572 512 828

50 168 812

700 593 440

0,59

787 493 440

Finland

800 000

136 600 000

137 400 000

45 800 000

291 653 100

1 557 517 062

136 483 895

1 985 654 057

1,66

2 123 054 057

Sweden

2 600 000

485 100 000

487 700 000

162 566 667

597 138 600

3 428 129 703

52 213 958

4 077 482 261

3,41

4 565 182 261

United Kingdom

9 500 000

2 623 900 000

2 633 400 000

877 800 000

2 864 079 600

14 779 133 610

–5 297 340 704

12 345 872 506

10,33

14 979 272 506

Total

125 100 000

16 185 600 000

16 310 700 000

5 436 900 000

17 882 179 650

101 728 925 788

0

119 611 105 438

100,00

135 921 805 438

B.   GENERAL STATEMENT OF REVENUE BY BUDGET HEADING

Title

Heading

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

1

OWN RESOURCES

133 960 184 723

2 967 027 640

135 921 805 438

3

SURPLUSES, BALANCES AND ADJUSTMENTS

p.m.

 

p.m.

4

REVENUE ACCRUING FROM PERSONS WORKING WITH THE INSTITUTIONS AND OTHER UNION BODIES

1 274 999 230

 

1 274 999 230

5

REVENUE ACCRUING FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATION OF THE INSTITUTIONS

53 752 047

 

53 752 047

6

CONTRIBUTIONS AND REFUNDS IN CONNECTION WITH UNION AGREEMENTS AND PROGRAMMES

60 000 000

 

60 000 000

7

INTEREST ON LATE PAYMENTS AND FINES

123 000 000

1 417 000 000

1 540 000 000

8

BORROWING AND LENDING OPERATIONS

2 477 000

151 000 000

153 477 000

9

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

30 200 000

 

30 200 000

 

GRAND TOTAL

135 504 613 000

4 535 027 640

139 034 233 715

TITLE 1

OWN RESOURCES

Article

Item

Heading

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

CHAPTER 1 1

1 1 0

Production levies related to the marketing year 2005/2006 and previous years

p.m.

 

p.m.

1 1 1

Sugar storage levies

p.m.

 

p.m.

1 1 3

Charges levied on non-exported C sugar, C isoglucose and C inulin syrup production, and on substituted C sugar and C isoglucose

p.m.

 

p.m.

1 1 7

Production charge

125 100 000

 

125 100 000

1 1 8

One-off amounts on additional sugar quotas and supplementary isoglucose quotas

p.m.

 

p.m.

1 1 9

Surplus amount

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 1 1 — TOTAL

125 100 000

 

125 100 000

CHAPTER 1 2

1 2 0

Customs duties and other duties referred to in Article 2(1)(a) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

16 185 600 000

 

16 185 600 000

 

CHAPTER 1 2 — TOTAL

16 185 600 000

 

16 185 600 000

CHAPTER 1 3

1 3 0

Own resources accruing from value added tax pursuant to Article 2(1)(b) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

17 882 179 650

 

17 882 179 650

 

CHAPTER 1 3 — TOTAL

17 882 179 650

 

17 882 179 650

CHAPTER 1 4

1 4 0

Own resources based on gross national income pursuant to Article 2(1)(c) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

99 767 305 073

2 967 027 640

101 728 925 788

 

CHAPTER 1 4 — TOTAL

99 767 305 073

2 967 027 640

101 728 925 788

CHAPTER 1 5

1 5 0

Correction of budgetary imbalances granted to the United Kingdom in accordance with Articles 4 and 5 of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

0,—

 

0,—

 

CHAPTER 1 5 — TOTAL

0,—

 

0,—

CHAPTER 1 6

1 6 0

Gross reduction in the annual GNI-based contribution granted to the Netherlands and Sweden pursuant to Article 2(5) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 1 6 — TOTAL

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

Title 1 — Total

133 960 184 723

2 967 027 640

135 921 805 438

CHAPTER 1 1 —

LEVIES AND OTHER DUTIES PROVIDED FOR UNDER THE COMMON ORGANISATION OF THE MARKETS IN SUGAR (ARTICLE 2(1)(A) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM)

CHAPTER 1 2 —

CUSTOMS DUTIES AND OTHER DUTIES REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 2(1)(A) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM

CHAPTER 1 3 —

OWN RESOURCES ACCRUING FROM VALUE ADDED TAX PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 2(1)(B) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM

CHAPTER 1 4 —

OWN RESOURCES BASED ON GROSS NATIONAL INCOME PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 2(1)(C) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM

CHAPTER 1 5 —

CORRECTION OF BUDGETARY IMBALANCES

CHAPTER 1 6 —

GROSS REDUCTION IN THE ANNUAL GNI-BASED CONTRIBUTION GRANTED TO THE NETHERLANDS AND SWEDEN

CHAPTER 1 4 —   OWN RESOURCES BASED ON GROSS NATIONAL INCOME PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 2(1)(C) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM

1 4 0
Own resources based on gross national income pursuant to Article 2(1)(c) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

99 767 305 073

2 967 027 640

101 728 925 788

Remarks

The GNI-based resource is an ‘additional’ resource, providing the revenue required to cover expenditure in excess of the amount yielded by traditional own resources, VAT-based payments and other revenue in any particular year. By implication, the GNI-based resource ensures that the general budget of the Union is always balanced ex ante.

The GNI call rate is determined by the additional revenue needed to finance the budgeted expenditure not covered by the other resources (VAT-based payments, traditional own resources and other revenue). Thus a call rate is applied to the GNI of each of the Member States.

The rate to be applied to the Member States’ gross national income for this financial year is 0,7536 %.

Legal basis

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Article 2(1)(c) thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Belgium

2 952 664 503

58 055 170

3 010 719 673

Bulgaria

306 452 191

6 025 451

312 477 642

Czech Republic

1 055 383 132

20 750 901

1 076 134 033

Denmark

1 952 401 925

38 388 048

1 990 789 973

Germany

21 018 601 971

413 266 901

21 431 868 872

Estonia

136 157 370

2 677 121

138 834 491

Ireland

1 023 442 137

20 122 878

1 043 565 015

Greece

1 340 560 296

26 358 042

1 366 918 338

Spain

7 771 415 083

152 801 249

7 924 216 332

France

15 965 483 903

313 912 699

16 279 396 602

Croatia

324 312 809

6 376 625

330 689 434

Italy

11 839 679 761

232 791 304

12 072 471 065

Cyprus

114 345 792

2 248 262

116 594 054

Latvia

184 242 909

3 622 577

187 865 486

Lithuania

260 915 635

5 130 113

266 045 748

Luxembourg

251 983 479

4 954 489

256 937 968

Hungary

722 078 304

14 197 474

736 275 778

Malta

50 344 075

989 864

51 333 939

Netherlands

4 637 071 435

91 173 911

4 728 245 346

Austria

2 436 447 794

47 905 338

2 484 353 132

Poland

2 911 095 906

57 237 849

2 968 333 755

Portugal

1 194 206 994

23 480 450

1 217 687 444

Romania

1 114 485 688

21 912 972

1 136 398 660

Slovenia

258 399 171

5 080 634

263 479 805

Slovakia

561 473 165

11 039 663

572 512 828

Finland

1 527 483 739

30 033 323

1 557 517 062

Sweden

3 362 025 690

66 104 013

3 428 129 703

United Kingdom

14 494 150 216

284 983 394

14 779 133 610

Article 1 4 0 — Total

99 767 305 073

1 961 620 715

101 728 925 788

TITLE 7

INTEREST ON LATE PAYMENTS AND FINES

Article

Item

Heading

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

CHAPTER 7 0

7 0 0

Interest on late payments

7 0 0 0

Interest due on late payments into the accounts held with the treasuries of the Member States

5 000 000

 

5 000 000

7 0 0 1

Other interest on late payments

3 000 000

 

3 000 000

 

Article 7 0 0 — Total

8 000 000

 

8 000 000

7 0 1

Interest on late payments and other interest on fines

15 000 000

9 000 000

24 000 000

 

CHAPTER 7 0 — TOTAL

23 000 000

9 000 000

32 000 000

CHAPTER 7 1

7 1 0

Fines, periodic penalty payments and other penalties

100 000 000

1 408 000 000

1 508 000 000

7 1 1

Excess emissions premiums for new passenger cars

p.m.

 

p.m.

7 1 2

Penalty payments and lump sums imposed on a Member State for not complying with a judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union on its failure to fulfil an obligation under the Treaty

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 7 1 — TOTAL

100 000 000

1 408 000 000

1 508 000 000

CHAPTER 7 2

7 2 0

Interest on deposits and fines

7 2 0 0

Interest on deposits and fines resulting from the implementation of the excessive deficit procedure — Assigned revenue

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

Article 7 2 0 — Total

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 7 2 — TOTAL

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

Title 7 — Total

123 000 000

1 417 000 000

1 540 000 000

CHAPTER 7 0 —

INTEREST ON LATE PAYMENTS

CHAPTER 7 1 —

FINES

CHAPTER 7 2 —

INTEREST ON DEPOSITS AND FINES

CHAPTER 7 0 —   INTEREST ON LATE PAYMENTS

7 0 1
Interest on late payments and other interest on fines

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

15 000 000

9 000 000

24 000 000

Remarks

This article is intended to receive accrued interest on special accounts for fines and interest on late payment connected with fines.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2003 of 16 December 2002 on the implementation of the rules on competition laid down in Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty (OJ L 1, 4.1.2003, p. 1).

Council Regulation (EC) No 139/2004 of 20 January 2004 on the control of concentrations between undertakings (OJ L 24, 29.1.2004, p. 1), and in particular Articles 14 and 15 thereof.

Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 (OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1), and in particular Article 78(4) thereof.

Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 1268/2012 of 29 October 2012 on the rules of application of Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union (OJ L 362, 31.12.2012, p. 1), and in particular Article 83 thereof.

CHAPTER 7 1 —   FINES

7 1 0
Fines, periodic penalty payments and other penalties

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

100 000 000

1 408 000 000

1 508 000 000

Remarks

The Commission may impose fines, periodic penalty payments and other penalties on undertakings and associations of undertakings for not respecting bans or not carrying out their obligations under the Regulations below or under Articles 101 and 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.

The fines must normally be paid within three months of the Commission decision being notified. However, the Commission will not collect the amount due when the undertaking has lodged an appeal with the Court of Justice of the European Union; the undertaking must accept that interest will be paid on the debt after the final date for payment and provide the Commission with a bank guarantee covering both the principal of the debt and interest or surcharges by the final date for payment.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2003 of 16 December 2002 on the implementation of the rules on competition laid down in Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty (OJ L 1, 4.1.2003, p. 1).

Council Regulation (EC) No 139/2004 of 20 January 2004 on the control of concentrations between undertakings (OJ L 24, 29.1.2004, p. 1), and in particular Articles 14 and 15 thereof.

Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 (OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1).

Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 1268/2012 of 29 October 2012 on the rules of application of Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union (OJ L 362, 31.12.2012, p. 1).

TITLE 8

BORROWING AND LENDING OPERATIONS

Article

Item

Heading

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

CHAPTER 8 0

8 0 0

European Union guarantee for Union borrowings for balance of payments support

p.m.

 

p.m.

8 0 1

European Union guarantee for Euratom borrowings

p.m.

 

p.m.

8 0 2

European Union guarantee for Union borrowings for financial assistance under the European Financial Stabilisation Mechanism

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 8 0 — TOTAL

p.m.

 

p.m.

CHAPTER 8 1

8 1 0

Capital repayments and interest in respect of special loans and risk capital granted in the framework of financial cooperation with Mediterranean third countries

p.m.

151 000 000

151 000 000

8 1 3

Capital repayments and interest in respect of loans and risk capital granted by the Commission to developing countries in the Mediterranean region and South Africa under the European Union Investment Partners operation

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 8 1 — TOTAL

p.m.

151 000 000

151 000 000

CHAPTER 8 2

8 2 7

European Union guarantee for the borrowing programmes contracted by the Union to provide macro-financial assistance to third countries

p.m.

 

p.m.

8 2 8

Guarantee for Euratom borrowings to improve the degree of efficiency and safety of nuclear power stations in the countries of central and eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 8 2 — TOTAL

p.m.

 

p.m.

CHAPTER 8 3

8 3 5

European Union guarantee for European Investment Bank loans to third countries

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 8 3 — TOTAL

p.m.

 

p.m.

CHAPTER 8 5

8 5 0

Dividends paid by the European Investment Fund

2 477 000

 

2 477 000

 

CHAPTER 8 5 — TOTAL

2 477 000

 

2 477 000

 

Title 8 — Total

2 477 000

151 000 000

153 477 000

CHAPTER 8 0 —

REVENUE RESULTING FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION GUARANTEE FOR BORROWING AND LENDING OPERATIONS IN THE MEMBER STATES

CHAPTER 8 1 —

LOANS GRANTED BY THE COMMISSION

CHAPTER 8 2 —

REVENUE RESULTING FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION GUARANTEE FOR BORROWING AND LENDING OPERATIONS FOR THIRD COUNTRIES

CHAPTER 8 3 —

REVENUE RESULTING FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION GUARANTEE FOR LOANS GRANTED BY FINANCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS IN THIRD COUNTRIES

CHAPTER 8 5 —

REVENUE FROM CONTRIBUTIONS BY GUARANTEE BODIES

CHAPTER 8 1 —   LOANS GRANTED BY THE COMMISSION

8 1 0
Capital repayments and interest in respect of special loans and risk capital granted in the framework of financial cooperation with Mediterranean third countries

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

p.m.

151 000 000

151 000 000

Remarks

This article is intended to record capital repayments and interest payments on special loans and risk capital granted from the appropriations in Chapters 21 03 and 22 02 of the statement of expenditure in Section III ‘Commission’ to Mediterranean third countries.

This item may accommodate, in accordance with Article 21 of the Financial Regulation, assigned revenue which is used to provide additional appropriations to finance expenditure to which this revenue is assigned.

It also comprises capital repayments and interest payments on special loans and risk capital granted to certain Mediterranean Member States which, however, represent a very small proportion of the overall amount. These loans/risk capital were granted at a time those countries had not yet joined the Union.

The revenue obtained normally exceeds the amounts forecast in the budget because of the interest payments on special loans which may still be disbursed during the preceding financial year as well as during the current financial year. The interest on special loans and risk capital is charged from the moment the loans are disbursed; interest on special loans is paid in six-monthly instalments and interest on risk capital generally in annual instalments.

Legal basis

Regulation (EC) No 1638/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 2006 laying down general provisions establishing a European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (OJ L 310, 9.11.2006, p. 1).

Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 (OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p.1), and in particular Article 21 thereof.

Regulation (EU) No 231/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2014 establishing an Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA II) (OJ L 77, 15.03.2014, p. 11).

Regulation (EU) No 232/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2014 establishing a European Neighbourhood Instrument (OJ L 77, 15.03.2014, p. 27).

SECTION III

COMMISSION

REVENUE

TITLE 7

INTEREST ON LATE PAYMENTS AND FINES

Article

Item

Heading

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

CHAPTER 7 0

7 0 0

Interest on late payments

7 0 0 0

Interest due on late payments into the accounts held with the treasuries of the Member States

5 000 000

 

5 000 000

7 0 0 1

Other interest on late payments

3 000 000

 

3 000 000

 

Article 7 0 0 — Total

8 000 000

 

8 000 000

7 0 1

Interest on late payments and other interest on fines

15 000 000

9 000 000

24 000 000

 

CHAPTER 7 0 — TOTAL

23 000 000

9 000 000

32 000 000

CHAPTER 7 1

7 1 0

Fines, periodic penalty payments and other penalties

100 000 000

1 408 000 000

1 508 000 000

7 1 1

Excess emissions premiums for new passenger cars

p.m.

 

p.m.

7 1 2

Penalty payments and lump sums imposed on a Member State for not complying with a judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union on its failure to fulfil an obligation under the Treaty

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 7 1 — TOTAL

100 000 000

1 408 000 000

1 508 000 000

CHAPTER 7 2

7 2 0

Interest on deposits and fines

7 2 0 0

Interest on deposits and fines resulting from implementation of the excessive deficit procedure — Assigned revenue

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

Article 7 2 0 — Total

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 7 2 — TOTAL

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

Title 7 — Total

123 000 000

1 417 000 000

1 540 000 000

CHAPTER 7 0 —

INTEREST ON LATE PAYMENTS

CHAPTER 7 1 —

FINES

CHAPTER 7 2 —

INTEREST ON DEPOSITS AND FINES

CHAPTER 7 0 —   INTEREST ON LATE PAYMENTS

7 0 1
Interest on late payments and other interest on fines

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

15 000 000

9 000 000

24 000 000

Remarks

This article is intended to record accrued interest on special accounts for fines and interest on late payment connected with fines.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2003 of 16 December 2002 on the implementation of the rules on competition laid down in Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty (OJ L 1, 4.1.2003, p. 1).

Council Regulation (EC) No 139/2004 of 20 January 2004 on the control of concentrations between undertakings (OJ L 24, 29.1.2004, p. 1), and in particular Articles 14 and 15 thereof.

Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 (OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1), and in particular Article 78(4) thereof.

Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 1268/2012 of 29 October 2012 on the rules of application of Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union (OJ L 362, 31.12.2012, p. 1), and in particular Article 83 thereof.

CHAPTER 7 1 —   FINES

7 1 0
Fines, periodic penalty payments and other penalties

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

100 000 000

1 408 000 000

1 508 000 000

Remarks

The Commission may impose fines, periodic penalty payments and other penalties on undertakings and associations of undertakings for not respecting bans or not carrying out their obligations under the Regulations enumerated below or under Articles 101 and 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.

The fines must normally be paid within three months of the Commission decision being notified. However, the Commission will not collect the amount due when the undertaking has lodged an appeal with the Court of Justice of the European Union; the undertaking must accept that interest will be paid on the debt after the final date for payment and provide the Commission with a bank guarantee covering both the principal of the debt and interest or surcharges by the final date for payment.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2003 of 16 December 2002 on the implementation of the rules on competition laid down in Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty (OJ L 1, 4.1.2003, p. 1).

Council Regulation (EC) No 139/2004 of 20 January 2004 on the control of concentrations between undertakings (the EC Merger Regulation) (OJ L 24, 29.1.2004, p. 1), and in particular Articles 14 and 15 thereof.

Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 (OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1).

Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 1268/2012 of 29 October 2012 on the rules of application of Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union (OJ L 362, 31.12.2012, p. 1).

TITLE 8

BORROWING AND LENDING OPERATIONS

Article

Item

Heading

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

CHAPTER 8 0

8 0 0

European Union guarantee for Union borrowings for balance of payments support

p.m.

 

p.m.

8 0 1

European Union guarantee for Euratom borrowings

p.m.

 

p.m.

8 0 2

European Union guarantee for Union borrowings for financial assistance under the European financial stabilisation mechanism

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 8 0 — TOTAL

p.m.

 

p.m.

CHAPTER 8 1

8 1 0

Capital repayments and interest in respect of special loans and risk capital granted in the framework of financial cooperation with Mediterranean third countries

p.m.

151 000 000

151 000 000

8 1 3

Capital repayments and interest in respect of loans and risk capital granted by the Commission to developing countries in the Mediterranean region and South Africa under the European Community Investment Partners operation

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 8 1 — TOTAL

p.m.

151 000 000

151 000 000

CHAPTER 8 2

8 2 7

European Union guarantee for the borrowing programmes contracted by the Union to provide macro-financial assistance to third countries

p.m.

 

p.m.

8 2 8

Guarantee for Euratom borrowings to improve the degree of efficiency and safety of nuclear power stations in the countries of central and eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 8 2 — TOTAL

p.m.

 

p.m.

CHAPTER 8 3

8 3 5

European Union guarantee for European Investment Bank loans to third countries

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 8 3 — TOTAL

p.m.

 

p.m.

CHAPTER 8 5

8 5 0

Dividends paid by the European Investment Fund

2 477 000

 

2 477 000

 

CHAPTER 8 5 — TOTAL

2 477 000

 

2 477 000

 

Title 8 — Total

2 477 000

151 000 000

153 477 000

CHAPTER 8 0 —

REVENUE RESULTING FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION GUARANTEE FOR BORROWING AND LENDING OPERATIONS IN THE MEMBER STATES

CHAPTER 8 1 —

LOANS GRANTED BY THE COMMISSION

CHAPTER 8 2 —

REVENUE RESULTING FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION GUARANTEE FOR BORROWING AND LENDING OPERATIONS FOR THIRD COUNTRIES

CHAPTER 8 3 —

REVENUE RESULTING FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION GUARANTEE FOR LOANS GRANTED BY FINANCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS IN THIRD COUNTRIES

CHAPTER 8 5 —

REVENUE FROM CONTRIBUTIONS BY GUARANTEE BODIES

CHAPTER 8 1 —   LOANS GRANTED BY THE COMMISSION

8 1 0
Capital repayments and interest in respect of special loans and risk capital granted in the framework of financial cooperation with Mediterranean third countries

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

p.m.

151 000 000

151 000 000

Remarks

This article is intended to record capital repayments and interest payments on special loans and risk capital granted from the appropriations in Chapters 21 03 and 22 02 of the statement of expenditure in this section to Mediterranean third countries.

This article may accommodate, in accordance with Article 21 of the Financial Regulation, assigned revenue which is used to provide additional appropriations to finance expenditure to which this revenue is assigned.

It also comprises capital repayments and interest payments on special loans and risk capital granted to certain Mediterranean Member States which, however, represent a very small proportion of the overall amount. These loans/risk capital were granted at a time the countries had not yet joined the Union.

The revenue obtained normally exceeds the amounts forecast in the budget because of the interest payments on special loans which may still be disbursed during the preceding financial year as well as during the current financial year. The interest on special loans and risk capital is charged from the moment the loans are disbursed; interest on special loans is paid in six-monthly instalments and interest on risk capital generally in annual instalments.

Legal basis

For the legal basis, see remarks for Chapters 21 03 and 22 02 of the statement of expenditure in this section.

Reference acts

Regulation (EU) No 232/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2014 establishing a European Neighbourhood Instrument (OJ L 77, 15.03.2014, p. 27).

Regulation (EU) No 231/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2014 establishing an Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA II) (OJ L 77, 15.03.2014, p. 11).

EXPENDITURE

Title

Heading

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

01

ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS

253 024 228

337 966 113

–11 162

–16 971 162

253 013 066

320 994 951

Reserves (40 02 41)

2 000 000

2 000 000

 

 

2 000 000

2 000 000

 

255 024 228

339 966 113

–11 162

–16 971 162

255 013 066

322 994 951

02

ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY

2 515 125 797

2 083 893 666

–11 387

74 528 739

2 515 114 410

2 158 422 405

03

COMPETITION

94 462 975

94 462 975

–13 238

–13 238

94 449 737

94 449 737

04

EMPLOYMENT, SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND INCLUSION

13 839 025 490

11 621 742 555

–10 332

– 331 075 108

13 839 015 158

11 290 667 447

05

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

58 046 850 675

55 635 020 579

–16 873

–27 938 596

58 046 833 802

55 607 081 983

06

MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT

2 867 191 650

1 003 428 934

–7 078

–7 078

2 867 184 572

1 003 421 856

07

ENVIRONMENT

407 281 956

345 558 517

–7 995

348 057

407 273 961

345 906 574

08

RESEARCH AND INNOVATION

6 198 703 944

4 091 136 052

–1 453

– 490 632

6 198 702 491

4 090 645 420

09

COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS, CONTENT AND TECHNOLOGY

1 637 399 923

961 129 100

–6 593

104 109 720

1 637 393 330

1 065 238 820

10

DIRECT RESEARCH

419 601 970

414 982 955

 

 

419 601 970

414 982 955

11

MARITIME AFFAIRS AND FISHERIES

950 774 942

667 482 286

–1 588 919

67 951 207

949 186 023

735 433 493

Reserves (40 02 41)

115 342 000

112 342 000

–69 567 000

–69 567 000

115 342 000

42 775 000

 

1 066 116 942

779 824 286

–71 155 919

–1 615 793

1 064 528 023

778 208 493

12

INTERNAL MARKET AND SERVICES

116 900 978

117 126 978

–8 808

–1 998 611

116 892 170

115 128 367

13

REGIONAL AND URBAN POLICY

33 073 259 166

40 223 363 359

–10 072

2 794 259 758

33 073 249 094

43 017 623 117

14

TAXATION AND CUSTOMS UNION

157 048 298

122 369 692

–7 718

9 992 282

157 040 580

132 361 974

15

EDUCATION AND CULTURE

2 820 024 822

2 241 707 412

–8 601

178 972 015

2 820 016 221

2 420 679 427

16

COMMUNICATION

246 356 400

244 896 374

–11 041

5 488 959

246 345 359

250 385 333

17

HEALTH AND CONSUMER PROTECTION

618 166 222

566 799 722

–13 273

–11 065 191

618 152 949

555 734 531

18

HOME AFFAIRS

1 201 391 889

762 599 931

–4 465

2 744 535

1 201 387 424

765 344 466

19

FOREIGN POLICY INSTRUMENTS

732 732 818

463 169 988

–1 368

54 364 467

732 731 450

517 534 455

20

TRADE

121 107 855

115 403 729

–8 237

2 173 572

121 099 618

117 577 301

21

DEVELOPMENT AND COOPERATION

5 083 850 744

3 658 319 989

–12 564

336 507 436

5 083 838 180

3 994 827 425

22

ENLARGEMENT

1 519 908 038

903 886 742

–3 686

44 996 314

1 519 904 352

948 883 056

23

HUMANITARIAN AID AND CIVIL PROTECTION

1 006 464 161

850 884 342

–3 565

255 647 335

1 006 460 596

1 106 531 677

24

FIGHT AGAINST FRAUD

78 230 900

74 910 993

–10 000

1 613 362

78 220 900

76 524 355

25

COMMISSION’S POLICY COORDINATION AND LEGAL ADVICE

194 113 789

194 836 589

–24 280

–24 280

194 089 509

194 812 309

26

COMMISSION’S ADMINISTRATION

1 001 465 044

991 092 001

–52 824

9 697 176

1 001 412 220

1 000 789 177

27

BUDGET

95 786 613

95 786 613

–7 043

–7 043

95 779 570

95 779 570

28

AUDIT

11 633 979

11 633 979

–1 713

–1 713

11 632 266

11 632 266

29

STATISTICS

131 894 632

152 072 858

–10 903

–21 177 712

131 883 729

130 895 146

30

PENSIONS AND RELATED EXPENDITURE

1 449 531 000

1 449 531 000

 

 

1 449 531 000

1 449 531 000

31

LANGUAGE SERVICES

387 659 143

387 659 143

–54 338

–54 338

387 604 805

387 604 805

32

ENERGY

933 452 862

588 030 260

–8 220

64 991 780

933 444 642

653 022 040

33

JUSTICE

203 414 816

193 026 816

–5 711

–7 183 411

203 409 105

185 843 405

34

CLIMATE ACTION

121 471 119

42 711 025

–2 440

8 825 949

121 468 679

51 536 974

40

RESERVES

573 523 000

264 342 000

 

–69 567 000

573 523 000

194 775 000

 

Total

139 108 831 838

131 972 965 267

–1 945 900

3 529 637 550

139 106 885 938

135 502 602 817

Of which Reserves (40 02 41)

117 342 000

114 342 000

–69 567 000

–69 567 000

117 342 000

44 775 000

TITLE XX

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE ALLOCATED TO POLICY AREAS

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

XX 01

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE ALLOCATED TO POLICY AREAS

XX 01 01

Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff in policy areas

XX 01 01 01

Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff working with the institution

XX 01 01 01 01

Remuneration and allowances

5.2

1 815 991 000

– 317 000

1 815 674 000

XX 01 01 01 02

Expenses and allowances related to recruitment, transfers and termination of service

5.2

14 398 000

 

14 398 000

XX 01 01 01 03

Adjustments to remuneration

5.2

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

Subtotal

 

1 830 389 000

– 317 000

1 830 072 000

XX 01 01 02

Expenditure related to Commission officials and temporary staff working in Union delegations

XX 01 01 02 01

Remuneration and allowances

5.2

107 033 000

 

107 033 000

XX 01 01 02 02

Expenses and allowances related to recruitment, transfers and termination of service

5.2

7 506 000

 

7 506 000

XX 01 01 02 03

Appropriations to cover any adjustments to remuneration

5.2

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

Subtotal

 

114 539 000

 

114 539 000

 

Article XX 01 01 — Subtotal

 

1 944 928 000

– 317 000

1 944 611 000

XX 01 02

External personnel and other management expenditure

XX 01 02 01

External personnel working with the institution

XX 01 02 01 01

Contract staff

5.2

62 598 343

 

62 598 343

XX 01 02 01 02

Agency staff and technical and administrative assistance in support of different activities

5.2

23 545 000

 

23 545 000

XX 01 02 01 03

National civil servants temporarily assigned to the institution

5.2

38 076 000

 

38 076 000

 

Subtotal

 

124 219 343

 

124 219 343

XX 01 02 02

External personnel of the Commission in Union delegations

XX 01 02 02 01

Remuneration of other staff

5.2

8 794 000

 

8 794 000

XX 01 02 02 02

Training of junior experts and seconded national experts

5.2

1 792 000

 

1 792 000

XX 01 02 02 03

Expenses of other staff and payment for other services

5.2

337 000

 

337 000

 

Subtotal

 

10 923 000

 

10 923 000

XX 01 02 11

Other management expenditure of the institution

XX 01 02 11 01

Mission and representation expenses

5.2

56 654 546

 

56 654 546

XX 01 02 11 02

Conferences, meetings and expert groups’ expenses

5.2

26 017 658

 

26 017 658

XX 01 02 11 03

Meetings of committees

5.2

12 215 651

 

12 215 651

XX 01 02 11 04

Studies and consultations

5.2

6 394 145

 

6 394 145

XX 01 02 11 05

Information and management systems

5.2

26 974 674

 

26 974 674

XX 01 02 11 06

Further training and management training

5.2

12 981 983

 

12 981 983

 

Subtotal

 

141 238 657

 

141 238 657

XX 01 02 12

Other management expenditure relating to Commission staff in Union delegations

XX 01 02 12 01

Missions, conferences and representation expenses

5.2

5 797 000

 

5 797 000

XX 01 02 12 02

Further training of staff in delegations

5.2

350 000

 

350 000

 

Subtotal

 

6 147 000

 

6 147 000

 

Article XX 01 02 — Subtotal

 

282 528 000

 

282 528 000

XX 01 03

Expenditure related to information and communication technology equipment and services, and buildings

XX 01 03 01

Expenditure related to information and communication technology equipment and services of the Commission

XX 01 03 01 03

Information and communication technology equipment

5.2

54 612 000

 

54 612 000

XX 01 03 01 04

Information and communication technology services

5.2

63 867 000

 

63 867 000

 

Subtotal

 

118 479 000

 

118 479 000

XX 01 03 02

Buildings and related expenditure relating to Commission staff in Union delegations

XX 01 03 02 01

Acquisition, renting and related expenditure

5.2

45 057 000

 

45 057 000

XX 01 03 02 02

Equipment, furniture, supplies and services

5.2

8 741 000

 

8 741 000

 

Subtotal

 

53 798 000

 

53 798 000

 

Article XX 01 03 — Subtotal

 

172 277 000

 

172 277 000

 

CHAPTER XX 01 — TOTAL

 

2 399 733 000

– 317 000

2 399 416 000

CHAPTER XX 01 —   ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE ALLOCATED TO POLICY AREAS

XX 01 01
Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff in policy areas

XX 01 01 01
Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff working with the institution

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

XX 01 01 01

Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff working with the institution

XX 01 01 01 01

Remuneration and allowances

5.2

1 815 991 000

– 317 000

1 815 674 000

XX 01 01 01 02

Expenses and allowances related to recruitment, transfers and termination of service

5.2

14 398 000

 

14 398 000

XX 01 01 01 03

Adjustments to remuneration

5.2

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

Item XX 01 01 01 — Total

 

1 830 389 000

– 317 000

1 830 072 000

Remarks

With the exception of staff serving in third countries, this appropriation is intended to cover, in respect of officials and temporary staff holding posts on the establishment plan:

salaries, allowances and other payments related to salaries,

accident and sickness insurance and other social security charges,

unemployment insurance for temporary staff and payments to be made by the Commission to temporary staff to constitute or maintain pension rights for them in their country of origin,

miscellaneous allowances and grants,

in respect of officials and temporary staff, allowances for shift work or standby duty at the official’s place of work or at home,

allowances in the event of dismissal of a probationary official for obvious inadequacy,

allowances in the event of cancellation by the institution of the contract of a temporary staff member,

reimbursement of expenditure on security measures at the homes of officials working in offices of the Union and in Union delegations within the territory of the Union,

flat-rate allowances and payments at hourly rates for overtime worked by officials in category AST which cannot be compensated, under the arrangements laid down, by free time,

the cost of weightings applied to the remuneration of officials and temporary staff and the cost of weightings applied to the part of emoluments transferred to a country other than the country of employment,

travel expenses due to officials and temporary staff (including their families) on taking up duty, leaving the institution or transfer to another place of employment,

installation and resettlement allowances due to officials and temporary staff obliged to change their place of residence on taking up duty, on transfer to a new place of employment and on finally leaving the institution and resettling elsewhere,

removal expenses due to officials and temporary staff obliged to change their place of residence on taking up duty, on transfer to a new place of employment and on finally leaving the institution and resettling elsewhere,

daily subsistence allowance for officials and temporary staff who furnish evidence that they must change their place of residence on taking up duty or transferring to a new place of employment,

transitional costs for officials assigned to posts in new Member States prior to accession who are requested to remain in service in those Member States following the accession date, and who will be entitled, exceptionally, to the same financial and material conditions applied by the Commission before accession, in accordance with Annex X to the Staff Regulations of Officials and the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union,

the cost of any adjustments to remuneration approved by the Council during the financial year.

The Council Regulation updating the salary scales of officials and other servants of all the Union institutions, including increments and allowances, is published every year in the Official Journal (latest adjustment in OJ L 338, 22.12.2010, p. 1).

The amount of assigned revenue pursuant to Article 21(3) of the Financial Regulation is estimated at EUR 48 900 000.

Legal basis

Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union.

Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union.

Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 (OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1).

XX 01 01 01 01
Remuneration and allowances

Figures

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

1 815 991 000

– 317 000

1 815 674 000

TITLE 01

ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS

Title

Chapter

Heading

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

01 01

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS’ POLICY AREA

83 091 934

83 091 934

–11 162

–11 162

83 080 772

83 080 772

01 02

ECONOMIC AND MONETARY UNION

9 000 000

9 000 000

 

 

9 000 000

9 000 000

Reserves (40 02 41)

2 000 000

2 000 000

 

 

2 000 000

2 000 000

 

11 000 000

11 000 000

 

 

11 000 000

11 000 000

01 03

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS

118 432 294

110 585 305

 

–28 960 000

118 432 294

81 625 305

01 04

FINANCIAL OPERATIONS AND INSTRUMENTS

42 500 000

135 288 874

 

12 000 000

42 500 000

147 288 874

 

Title 01 — Total

253 024 228

337 966 113

–11 162

–16 971 162

253 013 066

320 994 951

Reserves (40 02 41)

2 000 000

2 000 000

 

 

2 000 000

2 000 000

 

255 024 228

339 966 113

–11 162

–16 971 162

255 013 066

322 994 951

CHAPTER 01 01 —   ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS’ POLICY AREA

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

01 01

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS’ POLICY AREA

01 01 01

Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff in the ‘Economic and financial affairs’ policy area

5.2

64 450 317

–11 162

64 439 155

01 01 02

External personnel and other management expenditure in support of the ‘Economic and financial affairs’ policy area

01 01 02 01

External personnel

5.2

6 403 755

 

6 403 755

01 01 02 11

Other management expenditure

5.2

7 766 066

 

7 766 066

 

Article 01 01 02 — Subtotal

 

14 169 821

 

14 169 821

01 01 03

Expenditure related to information and communication technology equipment and services, and specific expenditure in the ‘Economic and financial affairs’ policy area

01 01 03 01

Expenditure related to information and communication technology equipment and services, and specific expenditure in the ‘Economic and financial affairs’ policy area

5.2

4 171 796

 

4 171 796

01 01 03 04

Expenditure related to specific electronic, telecommunication and information needs

5.2

300 000

 

300 000

 

Article 01 01 03 — Subtotal

 

4 471 796

 

4 471 796

 

Chapter 01 01 — Total

 

83 091 934

–11 162

83 080 772

01 01 01
Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff in the ‘Economic and financial affairs’ policy area

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

64 450 317

–11 162

64 439 155

CHAPTER 01 03 —   INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

01 03

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS

01 03 01

Participation in the capital of international financial institutions

01 03 01 01

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development — Provision of paid-up shares of subscribed capital

4

 

 

01 03 01 02

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development — Callable portion of subscribed capital

4

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 01 03 01 — Subtotal

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

01 03 02

Macro-financial assistance

4

60 000 000

52 153 011

 

–28 960 000

60 000 000

23 193 011

01 03 03

European Union guarantee for Union borrowings for macro-financial assistance to third countries

4

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

01 03 04

Guarantee for Euratom borrowings to improve the degree of efficiency and safety of nuclear power stations in third countries

4

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

01 03 05

European Union guarantee for European Investment Bank loans and loan guarantees for operations in third countries

4

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

01 03 06

Provisioning of the Guarantee Fund

4

58 432 294

58 432 294

 

 

58 432 294

58 432 294

 

Chapter 01 03 — Total

 

118 432 294

110 585 305

 

–28 960 000

118 432 294

81 625 305

01 03 02
Macro-financial assistance

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

60 000 000

52 153 011

 

–28 960 000

60 000 000

23 193 011

Remarks

This exceptional assistance aims to ease financial constraints on certain third countries experiencing macro-financial difficulties characterised by balance of payment deficits and/or serious budgetary imbalances.

It is directly linked to the implementation by the recipient countries of macro-financial stabilisation and structural adjustment measures. As a rule, Union actions complement those of the International Monetary Fund, coordinated with other bilateral donors.

The existence of an independent national audit body in the recipient country is a condition for granting macro-financial assistance.

The Commission will inform the budgetary authority regularly of the macro-financial situation of the beneficiary countries and will report extensively on the implementation of this assistance on a yearly basis.

Appropriations under this article will also be used to cover financial aid for the reconstruction in Georgia of the areas affected by the conflict with Russia. The actions should be primarily geared to the macro-financial stabilisation of the country. The total financial allocation for the aid was decided at an international donors’ conference in 2008.

Appropriations under this article will also be used to cover or temporarily pre-finance costs incurred by the Union in concluding and carrying out operations linked with macro-financial assistance borrowing and lending operations.

Legal basis

Council Decision 2006/880/EC of 30 November 2006 providing exceptional Community financial assistance to Kosovo (OJ L 339, 6.12.2006, p. 36).

Council Decision 2007/860/EC of 10 December 2007 providing Community macro-financial assistance to Lebanon (OJ L 337, 21.12.2007, p. 111).

Council Decision 2009/889/EC of 30 November 2009 providing macro-financial assistance to Georgia (OJ L 320, 5.12.2009, p. 1).

Council Decision 2009/890/EC of 30 November 2009 providing macro-financial assistance to Armenia (OJ L 320, 5.12.2009, p. 3).

Decision No 388/2010/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 July 2010 providing macro-financial assistance to Ukraine (OJ L 179, 14.7.2010, p. 1).

Decision No 938/2010/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 October 2010 providing macro-financial assistance to the Republic of Moldova (OJ L 277, 21.10.2010, p. 1).

Decision No 778/2013/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 August 2013 providing further macro-financial assistance to Georgia (OJ L 218, 14.8.2013, p. 15).

Decision No 1025/2013/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 October 2013 providing macro-financial assistance to the Kyrgyz Republic (OJ L 283, 25.10.2013, p. 1).

Decision No 1351/2013/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2013 on providing macro-financial assistance to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (OJ L 341, 18.12.2013, p. 4).

CHAPTER 01 04 —   FINANCIAL OPERATIONS AND INSTRUMENTS

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

01 04

FINANCIAL OPERATIONS AND INSTRUMENTS

01 04 01

European Investment Fund

01 04 01 01

European Investment Fund — Provision of paid-up shares of subscribed capital

1.1

42 500 000

42 500 000

 

 

42 500 000

42 500 000

01 04 01 02

European Investment Fund — Callable portion of subscribed capital

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 01 04 01 — Subtotal

 

42 500 000

42 500 000

 

 

42 500 000

42 500 000

01 04 02

Nuclear safety — Cooperation with the European Investment Bank

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

01 04 03

Guarantee for Euratom borrowings

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

01 04 51

Completion of programmes in the field of small and middle-sized enterprises (SMEs) (prior to 2014)

1.1

p.m.

92 788 874

 

12 000 000

p.m.

104 788 874

 

Chapter 01 04 — Total

 

42 500 000

135 288 874

 

12 000 000

42 500 000

147 288 874

01 04 51
Completion of programmes in the field of small and middle-sized enterprises (SMEs) (prior to 2014)

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

p.m.

92 788 874

 

12 000 000

p.m.

104 788 874

Remarks

Former Articles 01 04 04, 01 04 05 and 01 04 06

This appropriation is intended to cover payments in respect of commitments remaining to be settled from previous years.

Even though the end of the commitment period has been reached, the facilities have to be operated for several years during which time payments will be needed for investments and in order to honour guarantee obligations. Therefore reporting and monitoring requirements will continue until the end of the facility periods.

In order to honour its obligations, the Commission may draw on its cash resources to service the debt provisionally. In this case, Article 12 of Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000 of 22 May 2000 implementing Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom on the system of the European Communities own resources (OJ L 130, 31.5.2000, p. 1) applies.

The contributions from the EFTA States pursuant to the Agreement on the European Economic Area, and in particular Article 82 thereof and Protocol 32 thereto, must be added to the appropriations entered in this article. By way of information, these amounts derive from contributions from the EFTA States entered against Article 6 3 0 of the statement of revenue, which constitute assigned revenue in accordance with Article 21(2)(e) to (g) of the Financial Regulation; they give rise to the provision of corresponding appropriations and to implementation under the ‘European Economic Area’ Annex to this part of the statement of expenditure in this section, which forms an integral part of the general budget.

Any revenue from the contributions from candidate countries and, if applicable, the Western Balkan potential candidates, for participating in Union programmes and entered in Item 6 0 3 1 of the statement of revenue, may give rise to the provision of additional appropriations in accordance with Article 21(2)(e) to (g) of the Financial Regulation.

Any revenue generated on Trust Accounts entered in Article 5 2 3 of the statement of revenue will give rise to the provision of additional appropriations to be entered in this article, in accordance with the Financial Regulation.

Legal basis

Council Decision 98/347/EC of 19 May 1998 on measures of financial assistance for innovative and job-creating small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) — the growth and employment initiative (OJ L 155, 29.5.1998, p. 43).

Council Decision 2000/819/EC of 20 December 2000 on a multiannual programme for enterprise and entrepreneurship, and in particular for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) (2001-2005) (OJ L 333, 29.12.2000, p. 84).

Decision No 1776/2005/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 September 2005 amending Council Decision 2000/819/EC on a multiannual programme for enterprise and entrepreneurship, and in particular for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) (2001 to 2005) (OJ L 289, 3.11.2005, p. 14).

Decision No 1639/2006/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 2006 establishing a Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (2007 to 2013) (OJ L 310, 9.11.2006, p. 15).

TITLE 02

ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY

Title

Chapter

Heading

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

02 01

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY’ POLICY AREA

119 530 259

119 530 259

–11 387

–11 387

119 518 872

119 518 872

02 02

COMPETITIVENESS OF ENTERPRISES AND SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES (COSME)

247 057 275

114 412 459

 

4 540 126

247 057 275

118 952 585

02 03

INTERNAL MARKET FOR GOODS AND SECTORIAL POLICIES

39 170 000

32 330 554

 

 

39 170 000

32 330 554

02 04

HORIZON 2020 — RESEARCH RELATING TO ENTERPRISES

401 518 263

486 556 651

 

 

401 518 263

486 556 651

02 05

EUROPEAN SATELLITE NAVIGATION PROGRAMMES (EGNOS AND GALILEO)

1 347 417 000

1 144 387 928

 

70 000 000

1 347 417 000

1 214 387 928

02 06

EUROPEAN EARTH OBSERVATION PROGRAMME

360 433 000

186 675 815

 

 

360 433 000

186 675 815

 

Title 02 — Total

2 515 125 797

2 083 893 666

–11 387

74 528 739

2 515 114 410

2 158 422 405

CHAPTER 02 01 —   ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY’ POLICY AREA

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

02 01

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY’ POLICY AREA

02 01 01

Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff in the ‘Enterprise and industry’ policy area

5.2

65 749 316

–11 387

65 737 929

02 01 02

External personnel and other management expenditure in support of the ‘Enterprise and industry’ policy area

02 01 02 01

External personnel

5.2

5 487 197

 

5 487 197

02 01 02 11

Other management expenditure

5.2

4 125 657

 

4 125 657

 

Article 02 01 02 — Subtotal

 

9 612 854

 

9 612 854

02 01 03

Expenditure related to information and communication technology equipment and services of the ‘Enterprise and industry’ policy area

5.2

4 255 878

 

4 255 878

02 01 04

Support expenditure for operations and programmes in the ‘Enterprise and industry’ policy area

02 01 04 01

Support expenditure for Competitiveness of enterprises and small and medium-sized enterprises (Cosme)

1.1

3 675 000

 

3 675 000

02 01 04 02

Support expenditure for standardisation and approximation of legislation

1.1

160 000

 

160 000

02 01 04 03

Support expenditure for European satellite navigation programmes

1.1

3 350 000

 

3 350 000

02 01 04 04

Support expenditure for European Earth observation programme (Copernicus)

1.1

2 500 000

 

2 500 000

 

Article 02 01 04 — Subtotal

 

9 685 000

 

9 685 000

02 01 05

Support expenditure for research and innovation programmes in the ‘Enterprise and industry’ policy area

02 01 05 01

Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff implementing research and innovation programmes — Horizon 2020

1.1

12 347 430

 

12 347 430

02 01 05 02

External personnel implementing research and innovation programmes — Horizon 2020

1.1

3 637 467

 

3 637 467

02 01 05 03

Other management expenditure for research and innovation programmes — Horizon 2020

1.1

7 217 314

 

7 217 314

 

Article 02 01 05 — Subtotal

 

23 202 211

 

23 202 211

02 01 06

Executive agencies

02 01 06 01

Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises — Contribution from Competitiveness of enterprises and small and medium-sized enterprises (Cosme)

1.1

7 025 000

 

7 025 000

 

Article 02 01 06 — Subtotal

 

7 025 000

 

7 025 000

 

Chapter 02 01 — Total

 

119 530 259

–11 387

119 518 872

02 01 01
Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff in the ‘Enterprise and industry’ policy area

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

65 749 316

–11 387

65 737 929

CHAPTER 02 02 —   COMPETITIVENESS OF ENTERPRISES AND SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES (COSME)

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

02 02

COMPETITIVENESS OF ENTERPRISES AND SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES (COSME)

02 02 01

Promoting entrepreneurship and improving the competitiveness and access to markets of Union enterprises

1.1

102 709 687

14 575 804

 

 

102 709 687

14 575 804

02 02 02

Improving access to finance for small and middle-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the form of equity and debt

1.1

140 657 588

66 664 000

 

4 540 126

140 657 588

71 204 126

02 02 51

Completion of former activities in the competitiveness and entrepreneurship domain

1.1

p.m.

26 666 655

 

 

p.m.

26 666 655

02 02 77

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

02 02 77 01

Preparatory action — Support for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the new financial environment

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

02 02 77 02

Pilot project — Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

02 02 77 03

Preparatory action — Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs

1.1

p.m.

835 000

 

 

p.m.

835 000

02 02 77 04

Pilot project — Actions in connection with the textile and footwear sector

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

02 02 77 05

Preparatory action — European destinations of excellence

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

02 02 77 06

Preparatory action — Sustainable tourism

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

02 02 77 07

Preparatory action — Social tourism in Europe

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

02 02 77 08

Preparatory action — Promotion of European and transnational tourism products with special emphasis on cultural and industrial products

1.1

2 000 000

2 000 000

 

 

2 000 000

2 000 000

02 02 77 09

Preparatory action — Tourism and accessibility for all

1.1

690 000

1 035 000

 

 

690 000

1 035 000

02 02 77 10

Preparatory action — Euromed innovation entrepreneurs for change

1.1

p.m.

1 000 000

 

 

p.m.

1 000 000

02 02 77 11

Pilot project — Facilitating access to insurance by self-employed builders and small building firms so as to stimulate innovation and the promotion of eco-technologies in the European Union

1.1

p.m.

286 000

 

 

p.m.

286 000

02 02 77 12

Pilot project — European rare earth competency network

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

02 02 77 13

Pilot project — Development of the European ‘creative districts’

3

p.m.

350 000

 

 

p.m.

350 000

02 02 77 14

Pilot project — Rapid and efficient enforcement of outstanding claims by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) operating across borders

3

p.m.

500 000

 

 

p.m.

500 000

02 02 77 15

Preparatory action — Harmonised e-business processes and standards between European small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) of interrelated industry sectors

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

02 02 77 16

Pilot project — on the Future of Manufacturing

1.1

1 000 000

500 000

 

 

1 000 000

500 000

 

Article 02 02 77 — Subtotal

 

3 690 000

6 506 000

 

 

3 690 000

6 506 000

 

Chapter 02 02 — Total

 

247 057 275

114 412 459

 

4 540 126

247 057 275

118 952 585

02 02 02
Improving access to finance for small and middle-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the form of equity and debt

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

140 657 588

66 664 000

 

4 540 126

140 657 588

71 204 126

Remarks

New article

This appropriation is to be used to improve access to finance for SMEs in the form of equity and debt in their start-up, growth and transfer phase.

A loan guarantee facility (LGF) shall provide counter-guarantees, direct guarantees and other risk sharing arrangements for debt financing which shall reduce the particular difficulties that viable SMEs face in accessing finance either due to their perceived higher risk or their lack of sufficient available collateral and for securitisation of SME debt finance portfolios.

An equity facility for growth (EFG) shall allow investments in risk capital funds which invest in SMEs in the expansion and growth stage, and in particular in those operating cross-borders. The possibility shall exist to invest in early stage funds in conjunction with the equity facility for RDI under Horizon 2020. In cases of joint investments in multi-stage funds, investments will be provided on a pro-rata basis from the EFG of Cosme and the equity facility for RDI under Horizon 2020. Support from the EFG shall be (a) either directly by the European Investment Fund (EIF) or other entities entrusted with the implementation on behalf of the Commission or (b) by funds-of-funds or investment vehicles investing across borders.

The contributions from the EFTA States pursuant to the Agreement on the European Economic Area, and in particular Article 82 thereof and Protocol 32 thereto, must be added to the appropriations entered in this article. By way of information, these amounts derive from contributions from the EFTA States entered against Article 6 3 0 of the statement of revenue, which constitute assigned revenue in accordance with Article 21(2)(e) to (g) of the Financial Regulation; they give rise to the provision of corresponding appropriations and to implementation under the ‘European Economic Area’ Annex to this part of the statement of expenditure in this section, which forms an integral part of the general budget.

Any repayment from financial instruments pursuant to Article 140(6) of the Financial Regulation, including capital repayments, guarantees released, and repayment of the principal of loans, paid back to the Commission and entered in Item 6341 of the statement of revenue may give rise to the provision of additional appropriations in accordance with Articles 21(3)(i) of the Financial Regulation.

Legal basis

Regulation (EU) No 1287/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2013 establishing a Programme for the Competitiveness of Enterprises and small and medium-sized enterprises (COSME) (2014-2020) and repealing Decision No 1639/2006/EC (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 33), and in particular Article 3(1)(d) thereof.

CHAPTER 02 05 —   EUROPEAN SATELLITE NAVIGATION PROGRAMMES (EGNOS AND GALILEO)

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

02 05

EUROPEAN SATELLITE NAVIGATION PROGRAMMES (EGNOS AND GALILEO)

02 05 01

Developing and providing global satellite-based radio navigation infrastructures and services (Galileo) by 2019

1.1

1 097 830 000

667 658 621

 

70 000 000

1 097 830 000

737 658 621

02 05 02

Providing satellite-based services improving the performance of GPS to gradually cover the whole European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) region by 2020 (EGNOS)

1.1

225 000 000

170 148 008

 

 

225 000 000

170 148 008

02 05 11

European GNSS Agency

1.1

24 587 000

24 587 000

 

 

24 587 000

24 587 000

02 05 51

Completion of European satellite navigation programmes (EGNOS and Galileo)

1.1

p.m.

281 994 299

 

 

p.m.

281 994 299

 

Chapter 02 05 — Total

 

1 347 417 000

1 144 387 928

 

70 000 000

1 347 417 000

1 214 387 928

02 05 01
Developing and providing global satellite-based radio navigation infrastructures and services (Galileo) by 2019

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

1 097 830 000

667 658 621

 

70 000 000

1 097 830 000

737 658 621

Remarks

New article

The Union contribution to the European GNSS programmes is granted with a view to financing activities relating to:

the completion of the deployment phase of the Galileo programme, consisting of the construction, establishment, protection of the space and ground infrastructure, as well as preparatory activities for the exploitation phase including activities relating to the preparation of service provision,

the exploitation phase of the Galileo programme, consisting of the management, maintenance, continuous improvement, evolution and protection of the space and ground infrastructure, the development of future generations of the system and the evolution of the services provided by the system, certification and standardisation operations, provision and marketing of the services provided by the system and all other activities needed to ensure that the programme runs smoothly.

The contributions from the EFTA States pursuant to the Agreement on the European Economic Area, and in particular Article 82 thereof and Protocol 32 thereto, must be added to the appropriations entered in this article. By way of information, these amounts derive from contributions from the EFTA States entered against Article 6 3 0 of the statement of revenue, which constitute assigned revenue in accordance with Article 21(2)(b) and (d) of the Financial Regulation; they give rise to the provision of corresponding appropriations and to implementation under the ‘European Economic Area’ Annex to this part of the statement of expenditure in this section, which forms an integral part of the general budget.

The contribution of Member States for specific elements of the programmes could be added to the appropriations entered in this Article.

Legal basis

Regulation (EC) No 683/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 July 2008 on the further implementation of the European satellite navigation programmes (EGNOS and Galileo) (OJ L 196, 24.7.2008, p. 1).

Regulation (EU) No 1285/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2013 on the implementation and exploitation of European satellite navigation systems and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 876/2002 and Regulation (EC) No 683/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 965), and in particular Article 1(4) thereof.

TITLE 03

COMPETITION

Title

Chapter

Heading

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

03 01

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘COMPETITION’ POLICY AREA

94 462 975

–13 238

94 449 737

 

Title 03 — Total

94 462 975

–13 238

94 449 737

CHAPTER 03 01 —   ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘COMPETITION’ POLICY AREA

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

03 01

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘COMPETITION’ POLICY AREA

03 01 01

Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff in the ‘Competition’ policy area

5.2

76 441 073

–13 238

76 427 835

03 01 02

External personnel and other management expenditure in support of the ‘Competition’ policy area

03 01 02 01

External personnel

5.2

5 627 112

 

5 627 112

03 01 02 11

Other management expenditure

5.2

7 446 847

 

7 446 847

 

Article 03 01 02 — Subtotal

 

13 073 959

 

13 073 959

03 01 03

Expenditure related to information and communication technology equipment and services of the ‘Competition’ policy area

5.2

4 947 943

 

4 947 943

03 01 07

Requests for damages resulting from legal proceedings against the Commission’s decisions in the field of competition policy

5.2

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

Chapter 03 01 — Total

 

94 462 975

–13 238

94 449 737

03 01 01
Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff in the ‘Competition’ policy area

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

76 441 073

–13 238

76 427 835

TITLE 04

EMPLOYMENT, SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND INCLUSION

Title

Chapter

Heading

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

04 01

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘EMPLOYMENT, SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND INCLUSION’ POLICY AREA

91 404 590

91 404 590

–10 332

–10 332

91 394 258

91 394 258

04 02

EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND

13 035 200 000

10 920 159 699

 

– 420 000 000

13 035 200 000

10 500 159 699

04 03

EMPLOYMENT, SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND INCLUSION

211 140 900

182 998 102

 

–10 064 776

211 140 900

172 933 326

04 04

EUROPEAN GLOBALISATION ADJUSTMENT FUND

p.m.

50 000 000

 

 

p.m.

50 000 000

04 05

INSTRUMENT FOR PRE-ACCESSION ASSISTANCE — EMPLOYMENT, SOCIAL POLICIES AND HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

p.m.

69 900 164

 

 

p.m.

69 900 164

04 06

FUND FOR EUROPEAN AID TO THE MOST DEPRIVED

501 280 000

307 280 000

 

99 000 000

501 280 000

406 280 000

 

Title 04 — Total

13 839 025 490

11 621 742 555

–10 332

– 331 075 108

13 839 015 158

11 290 667 447

CHAPTER 04 01 —   ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘EMPLOYMENT, SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND INCLUSION’ POLICY AREA

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

04 01

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘EMPLOYMENT, SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND INCLUSION’ POLICY AREA

04 01 01

Expenditure relating to officials and temporary staff in the ‘Employment, social affairs and inclusion’ policy area

5.2

59 654 015

–10 332

59 643 683

04 01 02

External personnel and other management expenditure in support of the ‘Employment, social affairs and inclusion’ policy area

04 01 02 01

External personnel

5.2

3 918 717

 

3 918 717

04 01 02 11

Other management expenditure

5.2

4 670 521

 

4 670 521

 

Article 04 01 02 — Subtotal

 

8 589 238

 

8 589 238

04 01 03

Expenditure relating to information and communication technology equipment and services of the ‘Employment, social affairs and inclusion’ policy area

5.2

3 861 337

 

3 861 337

04 01 04

Support expenditure for operations and programmes in the ‘Employment, social affairs and inclusion’ policy area

04 01 04 01

Support expenditure for European Social Fund and non-operational technical assistance

1.2

15 500 000

 

15 500 000

04 01 04 02

Support expenditure for the programme Employment and Social Innovation

1.1

3 800 000

 

3 800 000

04 01 04 03

Support expenditure for the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance — Employment, Social Policies and Human Resources Development

4

p.m.

 

p.m.

04 01 04 04

Support expenditure for European Globalisation Adjustment Fund

9

p.m.

 

p.m.

 

Article 04 01 04 — Subtotal

 

19 300 000

 

19 300 000

 

Chapter 04 01 — Total

 

91 404 590

–10 332

91 394 258

04 01 01
Expenditure relating to officials and temporary staff in the ‘Employment, social affairs and inclusion’ policy area

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

59 654 015

–10 332

59 643 683

CHAPTER 04 02 —   EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

04 02

EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND

04 02 01

Completion of the European Social Fund — Objective 1 (2000 to 2006)

1.2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

04 02 02

Completion of the special programme for peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland and the border counties of Ireland (2000 to 2006)

1.2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

04 02 03

Completion of the European Social Fund — Objective 1 (prior to 2000)

1.2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

04 02 04

Completion of the European Social Fund — Objective 2 (2000 to 2006)

1.2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

04 02 05

Completion of the European Social Fund — Objective 2 (prior to 2000)

1.2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

04 02 06

Completion of the European Social Fund — Objective 3 (2000 to 2006)

1.2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

04 02 07

Completion of the European Social Fund — Objective 3 (prior to 2000)

1.2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

04 02 08

Completion of EQUAL (2000 to 2006)

1.2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

04 02 09

Completion of previous Community initiatives (prior to 2000)

1.2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

04 02 10

Completion of the European Social Fund — Innovative actions and technical assistance (2000 to 2006)

1.2

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

04 02 11

Completion of the European Social Fund — Innovative actions and technical assistance (prior to 2000)

1.2

 

 

04 02 17

Completion of the European Social Fund — Convergence (2007 to 2013)

1.2

p.m.

6 769 000 000

 

 

p.m.

6 769 000 000

04 02 18

Completion of the European Social Fund — PEACE (2007 to 2013)

1.2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

04 02 19

Completion of the European Social Fund — Regional competitiveness and employment (2007 to 2013)

1.2

p.m.

2 997 183 133

 

 

p.m.

2 997 183 133

04 02 20

Completion of the European Social Fund — Operational technical assistance (2007 to 2013)

1.2

p.m.

6 000 000

 

 

p.m.

6 000 000

04 02 60

European Social Fund — Less developed regions — Investment for growth and jobs goal

1.2

5 636 300 000

364 000 000

 

 

5 636 300 000

364 000 000

04 02 61

European Social Fund — Transition regions — Investment for growth and jobs goal

1.2

1 832 300 000

108 366 526

 

 

1 832 300 000

108 366 526

04 02 62

European Social Fund — More developed regions — Investment for growth and jobs goal

1.2

3 752 500 000

219 610 040

 

 

3 752 500 000

219 610 040

04 02 63

European Social Fund — Operational technical assistance

04 02 63 01

European Social Fund — Operational technical assistance

1.2

10 000 000

6 000 000

 

 

10 000 000

6 000 000

04 02 63 02

European Social Fund — Operational technical assistance managed by the Commission at the request of a Member State

1.2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 04 02 63 — Subtotal

 

10 000 000

6 000 000

 

 

10 000 000

6 000 000

04 02 64

Youth Employment Initiative

1.2

1 804 100 000

450 000 000

 

– 420 000 000

1 804 100 000

30 000 000

 

Chapter 04 02 — Total

 

13 035 200 000

10 920 159 699

 

– 420 000 000

13 035 200 000

10 500 159 699

Remarks

Article 175 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) provides that the objectives of economic, social and territorial cohesion set out in Article 174 shall be supported by the action it takes through the Structural Funds, which includes ESF. The tasks, priority objectives and the organisation of the Structural Funds are defined in accordance with Article 177 TFEU.

Article 80 of the Financial Regulation provides for financial corrections in the event of expenditure incurred in breach of applicable law.

Article 39 of Regulation (EC) No 1260/1999, Articles 100 and 102 of Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 and Articles 85, 144 and 145 of Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 on criteria for financial corrections by the Commission provide for specific rules on financial corrections applicable to the ESF.

Any revenue from the financial corrections carried out on that basis is entered in Item 6 5 0 0 of the statement of revenue and constitutes assigned revenue in accordance with Article 21(3)(c) of the Financial Regulation.

Article 177 of the Financial Regulation lays down the conditions for the repayment in full, or in part, of pre-financing payments in respect of a given operation.

Article 82 of Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 provides for specific rules on repayment of pre-financing amounts applicable to the ESF.

Pre-financing amounts repaid shall constitute internal assigned revenue in accordance with Article 21(4) of the Financial Regulation and shall be entered in Item 6 1 5 0 or 6 1 5 7.

Measures to combat fraud are funded under Article 24 02 01.

Legal basis

Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Articles 174, 175 and 177 thereof.

Council Regulation (EC) No 1260/1999 of 21 June 1999 laying down general provisions on the Structural Funds (OJ L 161, 26.6.1999, p. 1), and in particular Article 39 thereof.

Regulation (EC) No 1784/1999 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 July 1999 on the European Social Fund (OJ L 213, 13.8.1999, p. 5).

Regulation (EC) No 1081/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 July 2006 on the European Social Fund (OJ L 210, 31.7.2006, p. 12).

Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 of 11 July 2006 laying down general provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund and the Cohesion Fund and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1260/1999 (OJ L 210, 31.7.2006, p. 25), and in particular Articles 82, 83, 100 and 102 thereof.

Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 (OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1), and in particular Articles 21(3) and (4), and Articles 80 and 177 thereof.

Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 laying down common provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund, the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and laying down general provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 320).

Reference acts

Conclusions of the Berlin European Council of 24 and 25 March 1999.

Conclusions of the Brussels European Council of 16 and 17 December 2005.

Conclusions of the European Council of 7 and 8 February 2013.

04 02 64
Youth Employment Initiative

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

1 804 100 000

450 000 000

 

– 420 000 000

1 804 100 000

30 000 000

Remarks

New article

This appropriation is intended to provide additional support to measures against youth unemployment financed by the ESF. It represents the specific allocation to the Youth Employment Initiative under the Investment for growth and jobs goal in regions with a level of youth unemployment exceeding 25 % in 2012 or for Member States where the youth unemployment rate has increased by more than 30 % in 2012, regions that have a youth unemployment rate of more than 20 % in 2012 (‘eligible regions’). The additional EUR 3 000 000 000 allocated to this line for the 2014-2020 period is intended to provide match funding to ESF interventions in the eligible regions.

Legal basis

Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 laying down common provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund, the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and laying down general provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 320).

Regulation (EU) No 1304/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 on the European Social Fund and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1081/2006 (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 470).

CHAPTER 04 03 —   EMPLOYMENT, SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND INCLUSION

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

04 03

EMPLOYMENT, SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND INCLUSION

04 03 01

Prerogatives and specific competencies

04 03 01 01

Cost of preliminary consultation meetings with trade union representatives

1.1

425 000

225 000

 

 

425 000

225 000

04 03 01 03

Free movement of workers, coordination of social security schemes and measures for migrants, including migrants from third countries

1.1

6 400 000

5 000 000

 

 

6 400 000

5 000 000

04 03 01 04

Analysis of and studies on the social situation, demographies and the family

1.1

3 687 000

2 487 000

 

 

3 687 000

2 487 000

04 03 01 05

Information and training measures for workers’ organisations

1.1

18 600 000

14 675 010

 

 

18 600 000

14 675 010

04 03 01 06

Information, consultation and participation of representatives of undertakings

1.1

7 250 000

6 146 352

 

 

7 250 000

6 146 352

04 03 01 07

European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations (2012)

1.1

p.m.

740 000

 

 

p.m.

740 000

04 03 01 08

Industrial relations and social dialogue

1.1

15 935 000

10 320 293

 

 

15 935 000

10 320 293

 

Article 04 03 01 — Subtotal

 

52 297 000

39 593 655

 

 

52 297 000

39 593 655

04 03 02

Programme for Employment and Social Innovation

04 03 02 01

Progress — Supporting the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Union employment and social policy and working conditions legislation

1.1

71 176 000

20 774 736

 

–2 950 000

71 176 000

17 824 736

04 03 02 02

EURES — Promoting workers’ geographical mobility and boosting employment opportunities

1.1

21 300 000

12 077 585

 

 

21 300 000

12 077 585

04 03 02 03

Microfinance and Social Entrepreneurship — Facilitating access to finance for entrepreneurs, especially those furthest from the labour market, and social enterprises

1.1

26 500 000

9 447 218

 

–7 114 776

26 500 000

2 332 442

 

Article 04 03 02 — Subtotal

 

118 976 000

42 299 539

 

–10 064 776

118 976 000

32 234 763

04 03 11

European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions

1.1

19 854 000

19 854 000

 

 

19 854 000

19 854 000

04 03 12

European Agency for Safety and Health at Work

1.1

14 013 900

14 013 900

 

 

14 013 900

14 013 900

04 03 51

Completion of Progress

1.1

p.m.

31 294 613

 

 

p.m.

31 294 613

04 03 52

Completion of EURES

1.1

p.m.

10 082 958

 

 

p.m.

10 082 958

04 03 53

Completion of other activities

1.1

p.m.

14 894 437

 

 

p.m.

14 894 437

04 03 77

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

04 03 77 02

Pilot project — Promoting protection of the right to housing

1.1

p.m.

600 000

 

 

p.m.

600 000

04 03 77 03

Pilot project — Working and living conditions of posted workers

1.1

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

04 03 77 04

Pilot project — Measures for employment maintenance

1.1

65 000

 

 

65 000

04 03 77 05

Pilot project — Enhancing mobility and integration of workers within the Union

1.1

20 000

 

 

20 000

04 03 77 06

Pilot project — All-inclusive cooperation between public authorities, commercial firms and not-for-profit enterprises on integrating people into society and employment

1.1

350 000

 

 

350 000

04 03 77 07

Preparatory action — Your first EURES Job

1.1

p.m.

3 880 000

 

 

p.m.

3 880 000

04 03 77 08

Pilot project — Social solidarity for social integration

1.1

p.m.

600 000

 

 

p.m.

600 000

04 03 77 09

Preparatory action — Information centres for posted workers and migrant workers

1.1

1 000 000

600 000

 

 

1 000 000

600 000

04 03 77 10

Pilot project — Encourage conversion of precarious work into work with rights

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

04 03 77 11

Pilot project — Preventing elder abuse

1.1

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

04 03 77 12

Pilot project — Health and safety at work of older workers

1.1

p.m.

200 000

 

 

p.m.

200 000

04 03 77 13

Preparatory action — Activation measures targeting young people — implementing the ‘Youth on the Move’ initiative

1.1

p.m.

2 000 000

 

 

p.m.

2 000 000

04 03 77 14

Preparatory action — Social innovation driven by social business and young entrepreneurship

1.1

1 000 000

650 000

 

 

1 000 000

650 000

04 03 77 15

Pilot project — Feasibility and added value of a European unemployment insurance or benefit scheme

1.1

2 000 000

1 000 000

 

 

2 000 000

1 000 000

04 03 77 16

Preparatory action — Micro credit to specifically combat youth unemployment

1.1

2 000 000

1 000 000

 

 

2 000 000

1 000 000

 

Article 04 03 77 — Subtotal

 

6 000 000

10 965 000

 

 

6 000 000

10 965 000

 

Chapter 04 03 — Total

 

211 140 900

182 998 102

 

–10 064 776

211 140 900

172 933 326

04 03 02
Programme for Employment and Social Innovation

04 03 02 01
Progress — Supporting the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Union employment and social policy and working conditions legislation

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

71 176 000

20 774 736

 

–2 950 000

71 176 000

17 824 736

Remarks

New item

The general objective of the Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) is to contribute to the Europe 2020 Strategy and the related headline targets for employment, education and poverty by providing financial support for the Union’s objectives.

To achieve the general objectives of EaSI in terms of promoting a high level of employment, guaranteeing adequate social protection, combating social exclusion and poverty and improving working conditions the specific objectives of the Progress axis are to:

develop and disseminate high-quality comparative analytical knowledge in order to ensure that Union employment and social policy and working conditions legislation are based on sound evidence and are relevant to needs, challenges and conditions in the individual Member States and the other participating countries,

facilitate effective and inclusive information-sharing, mutual learning and dialogue on Union employment and social policy and working conditions legislation at Union, national and international level in order to assist the Member States and the other participating countries in developing their policies and in implementing Union law,

provide policymakers with financial support to promote social and labour market policy reforms, build up the main actors’ capacity to design and implement social experimentation, and make the relevant knowledge and expertise accessible,

monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the European Employment Guidelines and Recommendations and their impact, notably through the Joint Employment Report, and analysing the interaction between the EES and general economic and social policy areas,

provide Union and national organisations with financial support to develop, promote and support the implementation of Union employment and social policy and working conditions legislation,

raising awareness, exchanging good practice, disseminating information and promoting the debate on the key challenges and policy issues in relation to working conditions and the reconciliation of work and family life (e.g. family- and informal care-givers-friendly policies in the workplace, sufficient high quality and affordable childcare, supportive infrastructures for expectant- and working-mothers and those trying to re-enter the labour market, etc.) and the ageing society, including among social partners,

to encourage job creation, promote youth employment and fight poverty by promoting increased social convergence by means of Social Mark.

The aim of the Social Mark is to promote:

the application of minimum social standards throughout Europe through the regular monitoring and assessment of the businesses involved,

the improvement of social convergence at a European level,

a decline in insecure employment,

investments in socially responsible businesses.

This project will link in with works of the Expert group on social business, will complement the intermediate report on social business initiative expected for 2014, and will link in with other actions under EaSI and the European Strategy for Corporate Social Responsibility 2014-2020.

Social label is mentioned in 8 texts adopted by the European Parliament (of which, five are legislative texts).

A feasibility study and a high-level conference with stakeholders should explore the opportunities for the establishment of Social Mark - both with regard to political impact in different policy areas and at the level of enterprises. The study should in particular investigate:

the probable impact and benefits of the Social Mark in different policy areas,

what types of businesses wish to engage voluntarily in respecting minimum social criteria beyond the existing international, European and national social legislation,

a possibility of creating a charter of undertaking for businesses with good social values and establish progressive social criteria that must be respected in order for a business to benefit from this Social Mark,

to study how to assess and monitor the undertakings seeking this Social Mark,

how to put in place a communication plan (addressing businesses and citizens) with a website of Social Mark, with criteria for award, procedures, the list of companies awarded, etc.

This project should make it possible to simplify marks as a whole by creating a single European mark for consumers and investors for better information and increased transparency.

The contributions from the EFTA States pursuant to the Agreement on the European Economic Area, and in particular Article 82 thereof and Protocol 32 thereto, must be added to the appropriations entered in this item. By way of information, these amounts derive from contributions from the EFTA States entered against Article 6 3 0 of the statement of revenue, which constitute assigned revenue in accordance with Article 21(2)(e) to (g) of the Financial Regulation; they give rise to the provision of corresponding appropriations and to implementation under the ‘European Economic Area’ Annex to this part of the statement of expenditure in this section, which forms an integral part of the general budget.

Legal basis

Regulation (EU) No 1296/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2013 on a European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (‘EaSI’) and amending Decision No 283/2010/EU establishing a European Progress Microfinance Facility for employment and social inclusion (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 238), and in particular Article 3(1)(a) thereof.

04 03 02 03
Microfinance and Social Entrepreneurship — Facilitating access to finance for entrepreneurs, especially those furthest from the labour market, and social enterprises

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

26 500 000

9 447 218

 

–7 114 776

26 500 000

2 332 442

Remarks

New item

The general objective of the EaSI is to contribute to the Europe 2020 Strategy and the related headline targets for employment, education and poverty by providing financial support for the Union’s objectives.

The EaSI is structured around three complementarity axes: Progress, EURES and Microfinance and Social Entrepreneurship.

To achieve the general objectives of EaSI in particular to promote employment and social inclusion by increasing the availability and accessibility of microfinance for vulnerable groups and micro-enterprises, and by increasing access to finance for social enterprises, the specific objectives of the Microfinance and Social Entrepreneurship axis are to:

increase access to, and the availability of, microfinance for persons who have lost or are at risk of losing their jobs, or who have difficulty in entering or re-entering the labour market, persons at risk of social exclusion and vulnerable persons who are in a disadvantaged position with regard to access to the conventional credit market and who wish to start up or develop their own micro-enterprises; and for micro-enterprises, especially those which employ these persons as referred to,

build up the institutional capacity of microcredit providers,

support the development of social enterprises, in particular by facilitating access to finance.

The contributions from the EFTA States pursuant to the Agreement on the European Economic Area, and in particular Article 82 thereof and Protocol 32 thereto, must be added to the appropriations entered in this item. By way of information, these amounts derive from contributions from the EFTA States entered against Article 6 3 0 of the statement of revenue, which constitute assigned revenue in accordance with Article 21(2)(e) to (g) of the Financial Regulation; they give rise to the provision of corresponding appropriations and to implementation under the ‘European Economic Area’ Annex to this part of the statement of expenditure in this section, which forms an integral part of the general budget.

In addition support could be provided to actions related to the implementation of the common provisions of EaSI such as monitoring, evaluation, dissemination of results and communication. Article 16 of the Regulation (EU) No 1296/2013 describes the types of actions which may be financed.

Any repayment from financial instruments pursuant to Article 140(6) of the Financial Regulation, including capital repayments, guarantees released, and repayment of the principal of loans, paid back to the Commission and entered in Item 6 3 4 1 of the statement of revenues may give rise to the provision of additional appropriations in accordance with Article 21(3)(i) of the Financial Regulation.

Reference acts

Regulation (EU) No 1296/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2013 on a European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (‘EaSI’) and amending Decision No 283/2010/EU establishing a European Progress Microfinance Facility for employment and social inclusion (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 238), and in particular Article 3(1)(c) thereof.

CHAPTER 04 06 —   FUND FOR EUROPEAN AID TO THE MOST DEPRIVED

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

04 06

FUND FOR EUROPEAN AID TO THE MOST DEPRIVED

04 06 01

Promoting social cohesion and alleviating the worst forms of poverty in the Union

1.2

500 000 000

306 000 000

 

99 000 000

500 000 000

405 000 000

04 06 02

Technical assistance

1.2

1 280 000

1 280 000

 

 

1 280 000

1 280 000

 

Chapter 04 06 — Total

 

501 280 000

307 280 000

 

99 000 000

501 280 000

406 280 000

Remarks

Article 174 TFEU sets out the Union’s objective of economic, social and territorial cohesion while Article 175 specifies the role of the Structural Funds in achieving this objective and makes provisions for the adoption of specific actions outside the Structural Funds.

Article 80 of the Financial Regulation provides for financial corrections in the event of expenditure incurred in breach of applicable law.

Articles 53 and 54 of the proposal for a Regulation on the Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (COM(2012) 617 final) (FEAD) on criteria for financial corrections by the Commission provide for specific rules on financial corrections applicable to the FEAD.

Any revenue from the financial corrections carried out on that basis is entered in Item 6 5 0 0 of the statement of revenue and constitutes assigned revenue in accordance with Article 21(3)(c) of the Financial Regulation.

Article 177 of the Financial Regulation lays down the conditions for the repayment in full, or in part, of pre-financing payments in respect of a given operation.

Article 41 of the proposed Regulation provides for specific rules on repayment of pre-financing applicable to the FEAD.

Pre-financing amounts repaid shall constitute internal assigned revenue in accordance with Article 21(4) of the Financial Regulation and shall be entered in Item 6 1 5 0 or 6 1 5 7.

Legal basis

Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Articles 174 and 175 thereof.

Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 (OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1) and in particular Articles 21(3)(4), 80 and 177 thereof.

Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 laying down common provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund, the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and laying down general provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 320).

Regulation (EU) No 223/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2014 on the Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (OJ L 72, 12.3.2014, p. 1).

Reference acts

Conclusions of the European Council of 7 and 8 February 2013.

04 06 01
Promoting social cohesion and alleviating the worst forms of poverty in the Union

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

500 000 000

306 000 000

 

99 000 000

500 000 000

405 000 000

Remarks

New article

The Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD) replaces the European Union’s Food Distribution Programme for the Most Deprived People which was discontinued at the end of 2013.

FEAD shall promote social cohesion, enhance social inclusion and combat poverty in the Union by contributing to achieving the poverty reduction target of at least 20 million of the number of persons at risk of poverty and social exclusion in accordance with the Europe 2020 Strategy, whilst complementing the ESF. FEAD shall contribute to achieving the specific objective of alleviating and eradicating the worst forms of poverty, in particular food poverty, by providing non-financial assistance to the most deprived persons.

FEAD shall contribute to the sustainable eradication of food poverty, offering most deprived persons the prospect of a decent life. That objective and the structural impact of the FEAD shall be qualitatively and quantitatively assessed.

FEAD shall complement and shall not replace or reduce sustainable national poverty eradication and social inclusion programmes, which remain the responsibility of Member States.

Following the political agreement on the Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1311/2013 of 2 December 2013 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2014-2020 (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 884), it was agreed that provision shall be made for an additional increase of up to EUR 1 billion (on top of the EUR 2,5 billion already agreed) for the whole 2014-2020 period for this program for those Member States wishing to use this increase.

This political agreement was reflected in the budget appropriations entered in Budget 2014. Figures agreed are in 2011 prices.

The Commission and the Member States shall ensure via transitional provisions that activities eligible for support can start as of 1 January 2014, even if operational programmes have not yet been submitted.

Part of this appropriation is intended to be used for operations carried out by the Confederation of European Senior Expert Services (CESES) and its Member Associations, including technical assistance, advisory services and training in selected public and private sector enterprises and institutions. For that to be achieved, Union authorizing officers are encouraged to make full use of the possibilities offered by the Financial Regulation, in particular taking into account in-kind financing by CESES as contribution to Union projects.

Legal basis

Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 laying down common provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund, the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and laying down general provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 320).

Regulation (EU) No 223/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2014 on the Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (OJ L 72, 12.3.2014, p. 1).

04 06 02
Technical assistance

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

1 280 000

 

1 280 000

Remarks

New article

This appropriation is intended to cover technical assistance as provided for in Article 25 of the proposed Regulation.

Technical assistance may cover preparatory, monitoring, administrative, audit, information, control and evaluation measures.

Legal basis

Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council laying down common provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund, the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and laying down general provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 320).

Reference acts

Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council, submitted by the Commission on 24 October 2012, on the Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (COM(2012) 617 final).

TITLE 05

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Title

Chapter

Heading

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

05 01

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT’ POLICY AREA

129 051 616

129 051 616

–16 873

–16 873

129 034 743

129 034 743

05 02

IMPROVING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR THROUGH INTERVENTIONS IN AGRICULTURAL MARKETS

2 233 400 000

2 233 250 000

 

– 308 029

2 233 400 000

2 232 941 971

05 03

DIRECT AIDS AIMED AT CONTRIBUTING TO FARM INCOMES, LIMITING FARM INCOME VARIABILITY AND MEETING ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE OBJECTIVES

41 447 275 640

41 447 275 640

 

 

41 447 275 640

41 447 275 640

05 04

RURAL DEVELOPMENT

13 987 271 059

11 611 354 028

 

–20 000 000

13 987 271 059

11 591 354 028

05 05

INSTRUMENT FOR PRE-ACCESSION ASSISTANCE — AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

90 000 000

110 997 038

 

 

90 000 000

110 997 038

05 06

INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF THE ‘AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT’ POLICY AREA

6 696 000

5 590 437

 

–3 784 411

6 696 000

1 806 026

05 07

AUDIT OF AGRICULTURAL EXPENDITURE FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN AGRICULTURAL GUARANTEE FUND (EAGF)

60 200 000

60 200 000

 

 

60 200 000

60 200 000

05 08

POLICY STRATEGY AND COORDINATION OF THE ‘AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT’ POLICY AREA

40 793 360

35 010 852

 

–2 162 329

40 793 360

32 848 523

05 09

HORIZON 2020 — RESEARCH AND INNOVATION RELATED TO AGRICULTURE

52 163 000

2 290 968

 

–1 666 954

52 163 000

624 014

 

Title 05 — Total

58 046 850 675

55 635 020 579

–16 873

–27 938 596

58 046 833 802

55 607 081 983

CHAPTER 05 01 —   ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT’ POLICY AREA

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

05 01

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE ‘AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT’ POLICY AREA

05 01 01

Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff in the ‘Agriculture and rural development’ policy area

5.2

97 424 898

–16 873

97 408 025

05 01 02

External personnel and other management expenditure in support of the ‘Agriculture and rural development’ policy area

05 01 02 01

External personnel

5.2

3 399 499

 

3 399 499

05 01 02 11

Other management expenditure

5.2

7 338 776

 

7 338 776

 

Article 05 01 02 — Subtotal

 

10 738 275

 

10 738 275

05 01 03

Expenditure related to information and communication technology equipment and services of the ‘Agriculture and rural development’ policy area

5.2

6 306 203

 

6 306 203

05 01 04

Support expenditure for operations and programmes in the ‘Agriculture and rural development’ policy area

05 01 04 01

Support expenditure for European Agriculture Guarantee Fund (EAGF) — Non-operational technical assistance

2

7 931 000

 

7 931 000

05 01 04 02

Support expenditure for the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF)

9

p.m.

 

p.m.

05 01 04 03

Support expenditure for the Pre-accession assistance in the field of agriculture and rural development (IPA)

4

545 000

 

545 000

05 01 04 04

Support expenditure for the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) — Non-operational technical assistance

2

3 735 000

 

3 735 000

 

Article 05 01 04 — Subtotal

 

12 211 000

 

12 211 000

05 01 05

Support expenditure for research and innovation programmes in the ‘Agriculture and rural development’ policy area

05 01 05 01

Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff implementing research and innovation programmes — Horizon 2020

1.1

1 238 086

 

1 238 086

05 01 05 02

External personnel implementing research and innovation programmes — Horizon 2020

1.1

420 000

 

420 000

05 01 05 03

Other management expenditure for research and innovation programmes — Horizon 2020

1.1

713 154

 

713 154

 

Article 05 01 05 — Subtotal

 

2 371 240

 

2 371 240

 

Chapter 05 01 — Total

 

129 051 616

–16 873

129 034 743

Remarks

The following legal basis applies to all articles of this chapter unless otherwise stated.

Legal basis

Regulation (EU) No 1306/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 on the financing, management and monitoring of the common agricultural policy and repealing Council Regulations (EEC) No 352/78, (EC) No 165/94, (EC) No 2799/98, (EC) No 814/2000, (EC) No 1290/2005 and (EC) No 485/2008 (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 549).

05 01 01
Expenditure related to officials and temporary staff in the ‘Agriculture and rural development’ policy area

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

97 424 898

–16 873

97 408 025

CHAPTER 05 02 —   IMPROVING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR THROUGH INTERVENTIONS IN AGRICULTURAL MARKETS

Title

Chapter

Article

Item

Heading

FF

Budget 2014

Amending budget No 2/2014

New amount

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

Commitments

Payments

05 02

IMPROVING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR THROUGH INTERVENTIONS IN AGRICULTURAL MARKETS

05 02 01

Cereals

05 02 01 01

Export refunds for cereals

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 01 02

Intervention storage of cereals

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 01 99

Other measures (cereals)

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 05 02 01 — Subtotal

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 02

Rice

05 02 02 01

Export refunds for rice

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 02 02

Intervention storage of rice

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 02 99

Other measures (rice)

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 05 02 02 — Subtotal

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 03

Refunds on non-Annex 1 products

2

4 000 000

4 000 000

 

 

4 000 000

4 000 000

05 02 04

Food programmes

05 02 04 99

Other measures (food programmes)

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 05 02 04 — Subtotal

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 05

Sugar

05 02 05 01

Export refunds for sugar and isoglucose

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 05 03

Production refunds for sugar used in the chemical industry

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 05 08

Storage measures for sugar

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 05 99

Other measures (sugar)

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 05 02 05 — Subtotal

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 06

Olive oil

05 02 06 03

Storage measures for olive oil

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 06 05

Quality improvement measures

2

45 000 000

45 000 000

 

 

45 000 000

45 000 000

05 02 06 99

Other measures (olive oil)

2

300 000

300 000

 

 

300 000

300 000

 

Article 05 02 06 — Subtotal

 

45 300 000

45 300 000

 

 

45 300 000

45 300 000

05 02 07

Textile plants

05 02 07 02

Storage measures for flax fibre

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 07 03

Cotton — National restructuring programmes

2

6 100 000

6 100 000

 

 

6 100 000

6 100 000

05 02 07 99

Other measures (textile plants)

2

100 000

100 000

 

 

100 000

100 000

 

Article 05 02 07 — Subtotal

 

6 200 000

6 200 000

 

 

6 200 000

6 200 000

05 02 08

Fruit and vegetables

05 02 08 03

Operational funds for producer organisations

2

285 000 000

285 000 000

 

 

285 000 000

285 000 000

05 02 08 11

Aid to producer groups for preliminary recognition

2

269 000 000

269 000 000

 

 

269 000 000

269 000 000

05 02 08 12

School fruit scheme

2

122 000 000

122 000 000

 

 

122 000 000

122 000 000

05 02 08 99

Other measures (fruit and vegetables)

2

700 000

700 000

 

 

700 000

700 000

 

Article 05 02 08 — Subtotal

 

676 700 000

676 700 000

 

 

676 700 000

676 700 000

05 02 09

Products of the wine-growing sector

05 02 09 08

National support programmes for the wine sector

2

1 083 000 000

1 083 000 000

 

 

1 083 000 000

1 083 000 000

05 02 09 99

Other measures (wine-growing sector)

2

2 000 000

2 000 000

 

 

2 000 000

2 000 000

 

Article 05 02 09 — Subtotal

 

1 085 000 000

1 085 000 000

 

 

1 085 000 000

1 085 000 000

05 02 10

Promotion

05 02 10 01

Promotion measures — Payments by Member States

2

60 000 000

60 000 000

 

 

60 000 000

60 000 000

05 02 10 02

Promotion measures — Direct payments by the Union

2

1 500 000

1 350 000

 

– 308 029

1 500 000

1 041 971

05 02 10 99

Other measures (promotion)

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 05 02 10 — Subtotal

 

61 500 000

61 350 000

 

– 308 029

61 500 000

61 041 971

05 02 11

Other plant products/measures

05 02 11 03

Hops — Aid to producer organisations

2

2 300 000

2 300 000

 

 

2 300 000

2 300 000

05 02 11 04

POSEI (excluding direct aids)

2

238 000 000

238 000 000

 

 

238 000 000

238 000 000

05 02 11 99

Other measures (other plant products/measures)

2

100 000

100 000

 

 

100 000

100 000

 

Article 05 02 11 — Subtotal

 

240 400 000

240 400 000

 

 

240 400 000

240 400 000

05 02 12

Milk and milk products

05 02 12 01

Refunds for milk and milk products

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 12 02

Intervention storage of skimmed-milk powder

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 12 03

Aid for disposal of skimmed milk

2

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

p.m.

p.m.

05 02 12 04

Intervention storage of butter and cream

2

6 000 000

6 000 000

 

 

6 000 000

6 000 000

05 02 12 08

School milk

2

75 000 000

75 000 000

 

 

75 000 000

75 000 000

05 02 12 99

Other measures (milk and milk products)

2

100 000

100 000