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PECC VII: Seventh PECC General Meeting

From November 11, 1989 until November 14, 1989
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The Seventh PECC General Meeting


Nov 12 - Nov 15, 1989
Auckland, New Zealand

Sunday, Nov 12

 

1700

Assembly of all participants for Traditional Maori Welcome

1710

Traditional Maori Welcome and Challenge by Te Kupenga Maori Concert Group

1745-1900

Opening Session

Chair:

  • Rt. Hon. Brian E Talboys

 

Welcoming Address

  • The Hon. Mike Moore (to be introduced by HE Dr. Thanat Khoman)

 

Report on PECC Between Conferences

  • Rt. Hon. Brian E Talboys

 

Keynote Speech

  • Dr. Saburo Okita

1900-1930

Welcoming Reception (Sponsored by the New Zealand Bankers’ Association)

1930-2100

Dinner (Hosted by the New Zealand Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation)

 

Address by:

  • Sir Ronald Trotter (New Zealand), Immediate Past International President, Pacific Basin Economic Council

Monday, November 13

0900 - 1030

Session I: Pacific Economic Outlook

Chair:

  • Mr. Chandra Das, MP, (Singapore)

Discussants:

  • HE Zainal Abidin Sulong (Malaysia)
  • Professor Yasukichi Yasuba (Japan)

Respondent:

  • Professor Lawrence B Krause (USA)

Open Discussion

1030- 1100

Coffee Break

1100 - 1230

Session II: Economic Adjustment Policies in the Pacific

 

 

Chair:

  • Dr. Nam Duck-Woo (Korea)

 

Discussants:

  • Professor Ali Wardhana (Indonesia)
  • Mr. Warwick Keng (PBEC – Australia)

 

Respondent

  • Dr. Seiji Naya (USA)

 

Open Discussion

1230 - 1415

Luncheon

1415 - 1515

Session III: The Pacific and the Future of the International Monetary and Financial System

 

 

Chair:

  • Dr. William G. Saywell (Canada)

 

Speakers:

  • Dr. Amnuay Viravan (Thailand)

 

Open Discussion

1515 - 1545

Coffee Break

 

1545 - 1715

 

Session IV: The Pacific and the Future of the International Trading System

Chair:

  • Dr. Chen-Fu Koo, Chair, (Chinese Taipei)

Discussants:

  • Professor Ross Garnaut (Australia)
  • Dr. Ki-Hwan Kim (Korea)
  • Ambassador Michael Smith (USA)

 

Respondents:

  • Professor H E English (Canada)
  • Sir Frank Holmes (New Zealand)

 

Open Discussion

 

1900 - 1930

Reception

1930 - 2100

Dinner (Sponsored by Brierley Investments Limited)

 

Tuesday, November 14

 

0900 -1000

 

Session V: Pacific Cooperation in Environmental Matters

 

Chair:

  • Ambassador Richard Fairbanks III, (USA)

Speakers:

  • Professor Emil Salim, (Indonesia)
  • Dr. Roger Blakeley (New Zealand)
  • Mr. Andre Saumier (Canada)

Open Discussion

 

1000 - 1030 Coffee Break

1030 – 1230

Session VI: The Role of PECC in the 1990s and Pacific Institutions


Chair:

  • Dr. Pu Shan (China)

Speaker:

  • Mr. Jusuf Wanandi (Indonesia)

Open Discussion

1230 - 1415

Luncheon

 

1415 - 1530

 

Session VII: Task Force Reports and Proposals for Action

 

Chair:

  • Sir Russell Madigan OBE, (Australia)

Speakers:

  • Task Force Coordinators:
  • Task Force on Fisheries Development and Cooperation
  • Agricultural Policy, Trade and Development Task Force
  • Pacific Island Nations Task Force

 

Open Discussion

 

1530 - 1600

Coffee Break

 

1600 - 1730

Session VII - continued

 

Chair:

  • Dr. Noordin Sopiee (Malaysia)

 

Speakers – Task Force Coordinators:

  • Minerals and Energy Forum
  • Science and Technology Task Force
  • Transport, Telecommunications and Tourism Task Force

 

Other Proposals

 

Open Discussion

1930 - 2100

Dinner – Sponsored by Fletcher Challenge Limited

 

Wednesday, November 15

 

1000 – 1200

Special Statements

 

Conference Conclusions

 

Closing of PECC VII

Chairs:

  • Rt. Hon Brian E Talboys
  • Mr. Chandra Das, MP

1215 – 1345

Farewell Luncheon – Sponsored by New Zealand Insurance Corporation

Guest Speaker:

  • The Rt Hon Geoffrey Palmer

1400 – 1430

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