On 13 December, the European Parliament endosed the plan under which the international nuclear fusion research project ITER will receive €1.3 billion from the EU budget for 2012 and 2013.
To fund ITER, the EU's multiannual financial framework (MFF) had to be revised and the Parliament supported those revisions. Out of the total sum, €100 million has already been foreseen in the 2012 budget, whereas €840m will be deducted from the headings for administration and agricult...
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