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TPP Implementation & Updates by Industry

Tue - 22/4/2014 @ 00:00



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Tuesday, 22th April 2014
Level 1, Duxton Hotel, 63 Nguyen Hue, District 1, HCMC
 

 


 

AGENDA
  • 16:30 - 17:30 pm : TPP Implementation & Updates for Shipping & Logistics 
  • 17:45 - 18:45 pm : TPP Implementation & Updates for Garment / Textile / or Manufacturing industry
 
SPEAKER: 
 
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement signed by the end of this year by 11 nations including Vietnam, will bring benefits as well as challenges to the countries. Vietnam would be the largest beneficiary on the TPP track. Participation would increase Vietnam’s GDP by 13.6% compared with the “baseline scenario.” Five factors explain this result: strong trade with the United States; high protection abroad against apparel and footwear, which are Vietnam’s principal exports; strong competitive positions in these and othe manufacturing industries where China’s comparative advantage is fading; high initial domestic protection; and powerful scale effects in Vietnam’s principal production clusters. The first three factors boost Vietnamese exports and terms of trade under the TPP. The last two amplify these benefits by stimulating productivity gains. Higher incomes in turn enable Vietnam to invest more and grow more rapidly. Of course, Vietnam would face significant challenges in implementing an agreement that requires stringent disciplines in areas such as labor and government procurement. It also faces tough challenges in maintaining a macroeconomic environment that permits adjustment and encourages long-term investments. What are the updates of TPP & its implementation? Join this session to learn from the expert.
 
Frederick R. Burke, Managing Partner, Baker & McKenzie
 
Frederick Burke has over 20 years experience practicing in the area of corporate law. He served as the Practice Group Leader of the Firm’s Global WTO & International Trade Practice Group from 2006 to 2007, and has been ranked by Chambers Global as a leading lawyer in both Corporate Mergers & Acquisitions and International Trade for three successive years. Mr. Burke has also been recommended in more categories than any other lawyer in Vietnam by PLC Which Laywer in 2008. He is currently a member of the Prime Minister’s Advisory Council on Administrative Reform in Vietnam. Mr. Burke is highly regarded for his work on foreign investment projects in Vietnam and China for key players in the property development, trade, IT/C, and project finance areas. He provides practical advice in the related issues of securities, finance, tax, labor, regulatory compliance and dispute resolution. Mr. Burke also has extensive experience in working closely with Vietnamese legislators and law drafters on the many new laws and decrees that have been introduced to integrate Vietnam into the global economy.
 

 

REGISTRATION
To reserve your seats, please email to info@vietnamsupplychain.com by 17 April 2014.
Fee: 300,000VND/member & 400,000VND/non-member (not including VAT)
 
 
 

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