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PECC IV: Fourth PECC General Meeting

From April 28, 1985 until April 30, 1985
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The Fourth PECC General Meeting

April 29 - May 1, 1985
Seoul, Korea

Monday, April 29

 

0930 - 1030

Opening Session

Chair:  Dr. Thanat Khoman , Chairman, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

Opening Address:  Dr. Nam Duck-Woo, Chairman, PECC Standing Committee; Chairman, Korean Traders Association, Korea

Congratulatory Address: Hon. Lho Shinyong, Prime Minister, Republic of Korea

   

1030 - 1130

Preliminary Session: Prospect of the Pacific Economies

Chair: Dr. Noordin Sopiee, Director-General, Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Malaysia

Presentation: Dr. Saburo Okita, Chairman of the Institute for Domestic and International Policy Studies, Japan

Discussion

   

1130- 1210

Overview Session: Report by the Standing Committee on the Activities of the PECC since Bali

Chair: Dr Noordin Sopiee, Director-General, Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Malaysia

Presentation: Dr. Nam Duck-Woo, Chairman, PECC Standing Committee; Chairman, Korean Traders Association, Korea

Discussion

   

1420 - 1540

Plenary Session I: Trade Policy and Trade Negotiations

Chair: Prof. Lim Chong-Yah, Head, Department of Economics and Statistics, National University of Singapore

Summary: Dr. Soogil Young, Coordinator of the Task Force on Trade Negotiations; Senior Fellow, Korea Development Institute, Korea.

Discussion

   

1600 - 1720

Plenary Session II: Trade Policy and Trade Negotiations (Continued)

Chair: Prof. Peter Drysdale, Director, Australia-Japan Research Centre, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Australia

Discussion

   

Tuesday, April 30

 

   

0900 -1030

Plenary Session III: Fisheries Development and Management

Chair:  Mr. David SyCip, Senior Advisor, PCI Management Consultants, Inc. Philippines

Summary: Prof. Gordon Munro, Coordinator of the Task Force on Agriculture and Renewable Resources

Discussion

   

1045 – 1215

Concurrent Session A: Minerals and Energy Consultation

Chair: Dr. Saburo Okita, Chairman of the Institute for Domestic and International Policy Studies, Japan

Summary: Mr. Ben Smith, Coordinator of the Task Force on Minerals and Energy

Discussion

   

 

Concurrent Session B: Foreign Investment, Technology Transfer, and Capital Flows

Chair: Dr. Lawrence Krause of the United States

Summary:

  • Dr. Mark Borthwick, Coordinator of the Task Force on Foreign Investment and Technology Transfer
  • Dr. Hadi Soesastro, Coordinator of the Task Force on Capital Flows
   

1420 - 1540

Plenary Session IV: Review of the Concurrent Sessions

Chair: Rt. Hon. Brian Talboys of New Zealand

Summary of the Concurrent Sessions:  Chairmen of the Concurrent Sessions

Discussion
   

1600 - 1730

Plenary Session V: General Discussion

Chair: Mr. Eric Trigg, Senior Vice President, Alcan Aluminium Ltd., Canada

   

Wednesday, May 1

 

0930 - 1100

Concluding Session: Summary of the Conference

Chair:  Dr. Nam Duck-Woo, Chairman, PECC Standing Committee; Chairman, Korean Traders Association, Korea

Presentation of the Draft Summary: Mr. Eric Trigg, Senior Vice President, Alcan Aluminium Ltd., Canada

Discussion

Closing Statement: Chairman

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