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Is it required to add an additional column for the 2nd Year, to the Budget From (Annexes B1 and B2), in the sheet 1 – Table _1_Overall budget where the planned duration of Action is more than 12 months?

This section (columns G-J) must be completed if the Action is to be implemented over a period of more than 12 months. If this is the case, the costs for each component of items must be divided into two years. The costs only for the first year must be included in the second group of columns (Year 1, columns G-J) while the total (Year 1 and Year 2, columns

C-F) must be included in the first group of columns.


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