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additionality

(əˌdɪʃəˈnælɪtɪ)
n
1. (in Britain) the principle that money raised by the National Lottery should only be spent on projects that would not otherwise be funded by government spending
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in the European Union) the principle that the EU contributes to the funding of a project in a member country provided that the member country also contributes
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additionality

[əˌdɪʃəˈnælɪtɪ] Nadicionalidad f
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The subject of the procurement includes activities to develop a National Investment Management System (SNE) and aims to provide an adequate tool for monitoring compliance with one of the main principles in the work of the Structural and Investment Funds, namely the principle of additionality, and in view of the need to keep track of the effect of the relevant policies using the functionalities and programming code developed in the UMIS 2020 and the functionalities available in the UMIS 2020 should be adapted um specific requirements of projects financed by national public funds.
They need to demonstrate additionality and must not be about "more of the same".
Allow Reinvestment in Existing Hydropower to Meet "Additionality" Criteria
"This creates additionality overall due to the increased number of patrons consuming alcohol within a significantly large premises in the city.
But among the mitigants of course we should talk about the additionality offered by remittances, tourist receipts and BPO revenues," said Guinigundo.
Our aim is to provide additionality to Dumfries town centre, not to detract from it.
The spokesperson from the council explained that the PS195,000 figure was called 'Mayoral Additionality', a fund which has enabled the council to invest in extra teams to do things such as alleyway and grass verge/open space clean-ups, jet washing/cleaning of public realm and removing fly tipping.
We were told that there was no guarantee that the British government would honour the conditions of additionality and matched funding.
Associations' additionality role in society-Create offerings and activities that enrich lives (e.g., volunteerism), nurture competitiveness (continuing education, industry standards, research) and impact the economy (enterprise development, product innovation).
The African Development Bank's additionality lies in the use of its "AAA" credit rating to provide comfort to Commerzbank to increase its trade finance exposure to local African banks.
Volunteers are increasingly being used in many places not to provide additionality but to carry out core functions of councils such as running libraries and litter picking.
* Credit guarantees are positive for firm access to debt finance, that is that the arrangements provide financial additionality by increasing the availability of credit and/or reducing its costs (see also What Works Centre 2014).
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