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The Singapore National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (SINCPEC) and the Vietnam National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (VNCPEC) co-organized PECC Singapore Conference titled “APEC’s Post 2020 Agenda: Rising Protectionism, Economic Rebalancing and Diversified Growth” on February 13th, 2017. This is a full report of the conference.

The sessions focused on: 1) APEC in a changing global context; 2) micro competitiveness, inclusive and quality growth; 3) infrastructure connectivity and equitable economic development; 4) people-to-people connectivity; and 5) re-evaluating and reshaping the common resolve to the Bogor goals. Concerns about negative sentiments toward globalization, rising income inequality and the impact of disruptive technology resonated among the participants.

 

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Discussion Forum

Canada's "Progressive" Trade Agenda: Let's be careful how far we push it
Hugh Stephens, Distinguished fellow, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada; Vice-Chair of the Canadian National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (CANCPEC)


Comment: Canada - Japan relations: Time to hit reset
Hugh Stephens, Distinguished fellow, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada; Vice-Chair of the Canadian National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (CANCPEC)


The trouble with Canada’s ‘progressive’ trade strategy
Hugh Stephens, Distinguished fellow, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada; Vice-Chair of the Canadian National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (CANCPEC)


Near-Shoring gains traction as Globalisation stalls
Mark Millar, Author of Global Supply Chain Ecosystems and Visiting Lecturer at Hong Kong Polytechnic University


Going It Alone in the Asia-Pacific: Regional Trade Agreements Without the United States
Peter A. Petri (PIIE), Michael G. Plummer (Johns Hopkins University and East-West Center), Shujiro Urata (Waseda University) and Fan Zhai (Former Managing Director, China Investment Corporation)