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會議名稱:第35屆太平洋經濟共同體國際研討會 (The 35th Pacific Economic Community Seminar)
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會議性質:國際(內)研討會
會議日期:2020/10/27
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會議說明:

The 35th Pacific Economic Community Seminar
Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Engagement in the Age of COVID-19

 

Date: October 27th, 2020

Venue:  International Hall, 2F, Ambassador Hotel Taipei台北國賓大飯店2F國際廳

Organizer: Chinese Taipei Pacific Economic Cooperation Committee (CTPECC)


 

09.00-09.30     Registration

 

09.30-09.35     Welcome Remarks

                        Chien-Yi Chang, Chairman, CTPECC & President, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research (TIER)

                        

KEYNOTE SPEECHES

 

09.35-09.55    Chinese Taipei’s Response to COVID-19 and Lessons Learned

                       Jui-Yuan Hsueh, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health and Welfare (TBC)

 

09.55-10.15    New Zealand’s Vision of 2021 as the Host Economy of APEC

Aimee Jephson, Deputy Director, New Zealand Commerce and Industry Office in Taipei

 

10.15-10.45    Group Photo/Coffee Break
 

SESSION 1:  The Global Economic and Social Impacts of COVID-19

 

    COVID-19 is an unprecedented challenge which not only poses grave risks to public health, but which is also escalating economic and social tensions. As we battle the pandemic, we see the world changing irreversibly in many ways. Leaders stand at a historic crossroads, where a future of more inclusive and sustainable growth is within reach. As economic policy interventions transition from economic life-support measures to broader stimulus, governments have a unique opportunity to influence the direction of economic progress through far-reaching innovation and investment strategies. This session will explore how the COVID-19 crisis can serve as a catalyst to a global reset, and how it can redefine new sources of economic growth.

 

10.45-10.50      Session Chair:  Chien-Yi Chang, Chairman, CTPECC & President, TIER

 

10.50-11.10      Eduardo Pedrosa, Secretary General, PECC International  Secretariat        

                      

11.10-11.30      Chern Chyi Chen, Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs      

11.30-11.50      Connie Chang, Director General, Department of Overall Planning, National Development Council 

 

11.50-12.10      Q&A

 

12.10-13.30      Lunch

 

 

SESSION 2: The Digital Economy in a Post-COVID-19 World

 

    COVID-19 is accelerating an already-growing trend towards digitalization. Increases in digital adoption which would have otherwise taken years occurred in a matter of months, making this pandemic a watershed moment for the digital transformation of business. This moment has also exposed gaps in the digital inclusion agenda, and has lent a newfound sense of urgency to this priority. Maintaining this new momentum will require new government policies paired with significant capital investment in new technologies. Stakeholders from across the public and private sectors, including digital service companies, factories, and workers will all need to be involved. This session will look at how the digital economy can drive economic recovery after the pandemic in ways that support digital competitiveness.

 

13.30-13.35    Session Chair: Ted Chang, Chief Technology Officer, Quanta Computer & ABAC Member  

 

13.35-13.55   Ross Feingold, DC International Advisory, Senior Adviser (TBC)

 

13.55-14.15    Stephen Ezell, Vice President, Global Innovation Policy, The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation

 

14.15-14.35    Hsin-Lun Yang, Industry Analyst, Institute for Information Industry

 

14.35-14.55    Q&A

 

14.55-15.15    Coffee Break

 

SESSION 3: An Agenda for Cooperation under the New Normal 

 

    The rapid spread of COVID-19 has brought about a recognition of the need for a global community where doctors can share best practices in disease treatment, and where donations of vital equipment and agreements on cooperation can be effectively coordinated. We can only resolve this pandemic and economic crisis through cooperation. Despite this, discussions of what a “post-COVID” world order should look like are extremely fractured. One camp holds that globalization, already slowing before the pandemic, will continue to stall out or even reverse; another camp, meanwhile, argues that COVID-19 itself proves the necessity of strong international cooperation. What is more certain is that the meaning and operational reality of globalization is set to change. Dealing with policy uncertainties through effective international dialogue will help to boost confidence among business, labor, and individuals. An open, coordinated and transparent approach can only reinforce the spirit of global collaboration that is essential to combat this pandemic. 

 

15.15-15.20    Session chair: Chen Ho, Research Fellow, Department of International Affairs, TIER

 

15.20-15.40   Tan Khee Giap, Chairman, Singapore National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation & Associate Professor, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

 

15.40-16.00    Marc Reverdin, Secretary General, Paris Peace Forum

 

16.00-16.20    Rebecca Fatima Sta Maria, Executive Director, APEC Secretariat   

                   

16.20-16.40    Q&A

※備註1:
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※備註2:
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