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會議名稱:第32屆太平洋經濟共同體國際研討會 (The 32nd Pacific Economic Community Seminar)
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會議性質:國際(內)研討會
會議日期:2017/11/14
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會議說明:

The 32nd Pacific Economic Community Seminar

“Quest for Economic Growth Engines”

                                                                             November 14, 2017

Organizer: Chinese Taipei Pacific Economic Cooperation CommitteeCTPECC

Program(TBC)

 

Day 1, November 14, 2017

Venue: International Hall, 2F, Ambassador Hotel Taipei

09:00-09:30  Registration

09:30-10:00 

Opening Session

Session Chair

Chien-Fu Lin, Chairman, CTPECC/ President, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research

Welcome Remarks
         Paul Wen-liang Chang, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Group Photo

Session Chairs, Speakers and Discussants

10:00-10:10  Coffee Break

10:10-11:30

Keynote Speech

  Session Chair

      Chen-Sheng Ho, Director, Department of International Affairs, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research

  Keynote Speech (60 mins)

     Fukunari Kimura, Chief Economist, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia

  “How have global value chains changed Asia-Pacific? Implication for development strategies and international commercial policies”

Q&A (20 mins)

11:35-13:00  Lunch

13:00-14:50 

Session 1 “Regional Economic Integration and Relevant Effects”

The US President Trump has signed an executive order to withdraw from the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) adding uncertainties to regional cooperation and economic integration in the Asia-Pacific Region. The rise of anti-globalization sentiment has been a highly visible phenomenon evidenced by political and economic unrest. What we can do to face the challenges of rising anti-globalization sentiment and to keep promote REI and regional cooperation in our region are essential and critical.


Session Chair

 

Lawrence Lee, Vice Chairman, CTPECC

Speakers20 mins for each speaker

Yih-Chyi Chuang, Professor, Department of Economics, National Chengchi University

Andrew Elek, Research Associate, Australian National University

     Discussants15 mins for each discussant

Vo Tri Thanh, Chair, Vietnam National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (VNCPEC)

Tan Ghee Giap, Chair, Singapore National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (SINCPEC)

Chen-Sheng Ho, Director, Department of International Affairs, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research

 

Q & A15 mins

14:50-15:05  Coffee Break

15:05-17:00
Session 2 “The opportunities and challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution”

As the global trade liberalization and integration has helped pushed forward greater innovation and productivity, APEC is developing a roadmap for internet and digital economy to meet the future needs of our region. In addition, the fourth industrial revolution is relevant to a digital transformation in the Asia-Pacific supply value chain processes. Within such industrial processes, digital technologies such as cyber physical systems, the Internet of things and cloud computing will be increasingly embraced. The essential goal of new industrial revolution is to make manufacturing faster, more efficient and more customer-centric. However, it is claimed that challenges may be brought about, include IT security, reliability and continuous productivity, industrial knowhow protection, lack of adequate skill-sets, loss of jobs to automatic and IT-controlled process and so on. Does the coming of new industrial revolution offer more economic opportunities? How does it play a role of an engine of economic growth? What are the potential solutions for relevant challenges, if there is any?

 

Session Chair

 

Albert Ting, Vice Chairman, CTPECC

Speakers20 mins for each speaker

Stephen Ezell, Vice President, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation

Antony H. C. Lee, Senior Project Manager, Metal Industries Research & Development Centre

     Discussants15 mins for each discussant

Kyungjin Song, President, Institute for Global Economics, Seoul, Korea

Wangbor Chen, CEO, Bordao Co.

Can Van Luc, Chief Economist of BIDV and Director of BIDV Training School/Member of VNCPEC

Eduardo Pedrosa, Secretary General, Pacific Economic Cooperation Council

 

Q & A15 mins

 

 

 

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