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Commission Implementing Decision of 4 July 2012 concerning a financial contribution by the Union to certain Member States to support voluntary surveillance studies on honeybee colony losses (notified under document C(2012) 4396) (Only the Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovak, Spanish and Swedish texts are authentic) (2012/362/EU)

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1.The Union shall grant Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom financial assistance for their surveillance study programmes on honeybee colony losses.

2.The financial contribution by the Union:

(a)

shall be at the rate of 70 % of the eligible costs to be incurred by each Member State referred to in paragraph 1 for the surveillance study programmes on honeybee colony losses and specified in Annex I for the period from 1 April 2012 to 30 June 2013;

(b)

shall not exceed the following:

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EUR 62 876 for Belgium;

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EUR 192 688 for Denmark;

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EUR 294 230 for Germany;

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EUR 66 637 for Estonia;

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EUR 109 931 for Greece;

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EUR 205 050 for Spain;

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EUR 529 615 for France;

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EUR 521 590 for Italy;

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EUR 147 375 for Latvia;

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EUR 92 123 for Lithuania;

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EUR 98 893 for Hungary;

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EUR 254 108 for Poland;

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EUR 28 020 for Portugal;

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EUR 183 337 for Slovakia;

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EUR 213 986 for Finland;

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EUR 39 862 for Sweden;

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EUR 267 482 for the United Kingdom.

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shall not exceed EUR 595 per visit of an apiary.

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