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A fund worth £48 million designed to help strengthen economic links between Wales and Ireland has been approved by the European Commission. The Ireland-Wales Territorial Cooperation Programme aims to increase skills and innovation, as well as supporting Irish-Welsh projects that address climate change, sustainable regeneration and community renewal. It will run until 2013.

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