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Regional Economic Integration in the Asia-Pacific Forum
2016-06-06
Taiwan Coalition of Service Industries (TWCSI) and Taiwan WTO & RTA Center of Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (CIER) will hold Regional Economic Integration in the Asia-Pacific Forum on June 28, 2016. During the second session, Ambassador Fadah Hsieh (謝發達), AFR Member, will share his view on “The Impact of Economic Integration on Service Sector Development in Asia Pacific."

Date/Time: June 28, 2016 (Tue) 13:30-17:20       
Venue: 
Room 101D, 
Taipei International Convention Center (1 Hsin-Yi Road, Section 5, Taipei City)
Supervisor: R.O.C Ministry of Economic Affairs 
Organizers: Taiwan Coalition of Service Industries (TWCSI) and Taiwan WTO & RTA Center of Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (CIER)
Co-Organizers: Association of Foreign Relations


To register for the event, please go to  http://www.twcsi.org.tw/online.php?Iid=52


Agenda:
 
13:30-14:00   Registration
14:00-14:10   Welcoming Remarks:Mr. Lawence CHANG, Chairman, TWCSI
14:10-14:20    Remarks by Dignitary
14:20-15:40 
EU-Taiwan Bilateral Investment Agreement: Prospects and Challenges 
  • Moderator: Dr. Roy Chun Lee, Deputy Director, Taiwan WTO & RTA Center, Chung Hua Institution for Economic Research 
  • Panelist:
           Mr.Pascal Kerneis, Managing Director, European Services Forum 
           Prof. Patrick Messerlin, Professor emeritus of economics Science Pô Paris 
           Mr. Freddie Hoeglund, CEO, ECCT 

  • Q&A:10 mins
15:40-16:00    Coffee break
16:00-17:20 
The Impact of Economic Integration on Service Sector Development in Asia Pacific 
  • Moderator:Ms. Kristy Hsu, Program Director, Taiwan ASEAN Studies Center, Chung Hua Institution for Economic Research 
  • Panelist:
          Mr. Wie Kuen WONG, Trade Representative, Singapore Trade Office In Taipei 
          Dr. Mignonne Man-jung CHAN, Founder & CEO, Out-of-the-Box Consultancy 
          Amb. Fadah Hsieh, Former Representative to Singapore

  • Q&A:10 mins

Note:

1. The two sessions are conducted in English but simultaneously interpreted into Madarin Chinese. 
2. This is a free event with limited seating of up to 100 participants. If you cannot attend the forum anymore after registration, please inform TWCSI via calls or email.