Project Title

Facilitating Innovative Economic Development of "Internet + Service Industry" 

Project Year

2015   

Project Number

TEL 01 2015A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

TEL 01 2015A 

Project Title

Facilitating Innovative Economic Development of "Internet + Service Industry" 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2015 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

94,979 

Co-funding Amount

11,650 

Total Project Value

106,629 

Sponsoring Forum

Telecommunications and Information Working Group (TELWG) 

Topics

Telecommunications and Information 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

China 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Brunei Darussalam; Hong Kong, China; Japan; New Zealand; Papua New Guinea; Russia; Chinese Taipei; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/11/2015 

Expected Completion Date

30/11/2016 

Project Proponent Name 1

Wang Yue 

Job Title 1

Director 

Organization 1

China Academy of Telecommunication Research, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology 

Postal Address 1

52 Hua Yuan Bei Road Beijing China 100191 

Telephone 1

86-10 68033817 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

wangyue@catr.cn; wangyue@caict.ac.cn 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Wang Yue 

Project Summary

In 2014, APEC Leaders noted the importance of promoting the Internet Economy and SOM established an Ad-Hoc Steering Group to guide the discussion on Internet Economy issues, to which TEL WG will contribute.

In March 2015, APECTELMIN10 endorsed “APEC Telecommunications and Information Working Group Strategic Action Plan 2016-2020” in which Internet Economy is one of the five priority areas. In this context we propose a project titled “Facilitating Innovative Economic Development of ‘Internet + Service Industry’” to find a space for cooperation on promoting the Internet Economy by organizing workshops, seminars, survey and case studies.

Based on study and discussion, a series of economic development models will be formed, including Health Care, Education, Transportation, and Financial Services etc. The project outcomes will contain development models of “Internet + Service Industry” and supportive regulatory policies of the industry development. The project will start from November 2015 and end by November 2016.A Seminar is planned during the APEC TEL meeting. At last, a summary of the project will be delivered.

Relevance

The Internet Economy is playing an increasingly significant role in promoting innovative development and empowering inclusive economic participation. Information and communications technologies have become integrated into many traditional industries, transforming how they do business and resulting in a new, more integrated economic ecosystem. Furthermore, this is has led to the development of new business models in many key service industries, including Health Care, Education, Transportation, and Financial Services.

In recognition of the growing importance of the Internet Economy to the region, in 2014 the 22nd APEC Economic Leaders’ Informal Meeting endorsed the APEC Initiative of Cooperation to promote the Internet Economy, and SOM established an Ad-Hoc Steering Group to guide the discussion on Internet Economy issues. In March 2015, APEC TELMIN10 emphasized the importance of promoting the Internet Economy in drawing up the APEC TEL 2016-2020 Strategic Action Plan.

This project seeks to address 3 main problems in the economic development of “Internet + Service Industry”[1] in the APEC region which may restrict the development of the Internet Economy over the long term.

·  Firstly, the low adoption of ICT technologies by businesses in the service industry is contributing to low productivity in the traditional economy.

·  Secondly, regional cooperation and collaboration related to the Internet Economy in APEC region is not active enough, which may restrict the spreading of technologies, services and products of Internet.

·  Thirdly, there is striking gap of ICT infrastructure development between developed economies and developing economies.

The project will address these issues by researching how the adoption of Internet technologies can improve productivity in the services sector, and by identifying favourable regulatory polices to support the adoption of ICTs by service businesses. This will have a large number of benefits to the region:

·  Greater adoption of ICT will facilitate the emergence and spread of new innovative business models in the traditional service sector, allowing for the reallocation of the resources and the expansion of the scale of the services sector as a whole.

·  The project will facilitate cross border flow of ICT-enabled services. In doing so, it will promote member economies’ cooperation on developing the Internet Economy and will facilitate technology and policy exchanges among member economies.

·  The project can help most APEC economies, especially developing economies, as it supports the goals of bridging the digital divide, improving the Information Infrastructure, and so on.

·  Moreover, the project will help in building an Internet industry chain for the development of “Internet + Service Industry”.

This project corresponds strongly with Rank 1 in the annual APEC Funding Criteria of "promoting regional economic integration via free and open trade and investment”.

·  Firstly, the development of “Internet + Service Industry” infrastructure will directly promote the connectivity of physical ICT infrastructure.

·  Secondly, the innovative service models will profoundly affect all aspects of social production, consumption and operation, and will significantly contribute to the institution and people-to-people connectivity in both urban and rural area.

. Thirdly, as an emerging Internet economy model, “Internet + Service Industry” plays an important role in boosting digital economic demand, driving the business transformation, encouraging the development of SMEs, etc.


[1] ‘Internet + Services’ is the idea that productivity can be boosted by integrating the delivery of traditional service industries with the Internet, for example, by encouraging the adoption of online platforms and IT technology.

Objectives

The main objectives of this project for APEC Internet economies are:

1) To provide a platform for APEC members to discuss internet economy related issues, with a view to improving productivity in the traditional service sector by encouraging the greater adoption and use of ICTs. This objective is aimed at improving regional understanding of favourable regulatory policies, technological innovations, application frameworks, application development etc. which might help enable the adoption of ICTs by businesses in the service sector.

2) To create a framework of the key elements needed to support the development of the “Internet + Service Industry”. This would include identifying the benefits that enable “Internet + Service” to deliver in APEC region. It would also include identifying the main problems and challenges APEC economies are facing in facilitating development of “Internet + Service Industry” in their own domestic service sectors. This objective is aimed at collecting materials to support the development of advice in Objective 3 (see below).

3) To conduct case-studies and give advice to help economies recognize and capitalize on the benefits, and address the main problems and challenges identified in Objective 2 (see above). This would include recommendations on favourable regulatory and policy options. This objective is aimed at supporting policy capacity in developing economies, with a view to bridging the digital divide and achieving balanced development in the region.

Alignment

This project well corresponds to the 2015 APEC theme of “Building Inclusive Economies, Building A Better World”. Among the main 2015 APEC priorities, this project can help to carry out “Enhancing Regional Economic Integration Agenda” firstly, because the development of “Internet + Service Industry” will bring more opportunities for cooperation between economies, such as building industry chain of smart terminals. This project can also help to fulfil “Fostering SMEs' Participation in the Regional and Global Economy”, as SMEs can benefit from the low threshold of Internet Finance after development of “Internet + Finance”.

Moreover, Application Service Platforms built in the project can help resources reallocation, for example bridging the resources divide by developing online education and online medical service, and improving social management efficiency to “Build Sustainable and Resilient Communities”.

The APEC TELMIN10 endorsed “APEC Telecommunications and Information Working Group Strategic Action Plan 2016-2020” with 3 main scopes and 5 priority areas, in which the Internet Economy is one of the focuses. In order to promote innovative, smart, green, creative, inclusive and sustainable development of the economy, the project also supports raising the overall level of ICT industry development and the extensive integration of ICTs with service industries. The project is to contribute the leaders’ instruction on pushing forward APEC Initiatives of Cooperation to promote the Internet Economy.

This project highly fits APEC“ Ad Hoc Steering Group on the Internet Economy” strategic vision of “APEC Initiative of Cooperation to Promote Internet Economy", which is to encourage APEC economies to develop ICT to promote new growth, and enhance socio-economic activities through the development of the Internet economy. It would also provide a good opportunity for member economies to improve and empower their own lives by enhancing the level of services, such as Health Care, Education, Transportation, and Financial Services etc.

TILF/ASF Justification

This project will provide a platform to discuss the “Internet + Service Industry” for promoting the Internet Economy in both developing and developed economies by organizing workshops, seminars, survey and case studies. Based on study and discussion, a series of economic development models will be built, including Health Care, Education, Transportation, and Financial Services etc.

This project aims to strengthen information sharing and improve information communication technology for connecting economies of Asia-Pacific region, especially the developing. With the help of the project, the connections are going to become more reliable and more effective so that Internet economy and cross-border trade could be promoted.

This project is also expected to promote economies’ cooperation among all economies by establishing the trans-border trust space, enhancing skills training, improving economy environment and empowering financial service.

This project will also help to improve the regulatory policy of Internet Economy, by supporting the healthy development of innovative Internet finance, making development policy for SMEs and securing data in cross-border flows.

This project is also expected to promote financial and technological cooperation between enterprises, promoting the industrialization and marketization of ICT in Asia Pacific region, especially the developing economies.

Policy makers, regulators, business entities and academia from both developing economies and developed economies will be invited to exchange views in the workshop. Some representatives will have speeches during the event.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: This project will make 2 main outputs.

1) Study report “Facilitating Innovative Economic Development of ‘Internet + Service Industry’”: We will establish an expert group on studying the “Facilitating Innovative Economic Development of ‘Internet + Service Industry’”. It will carry out studies and analysis on the status of“Internet +Service Industry” for information economy by exploring the key elements of the framework in APEC region economies. A study report will be formulated base on the research. 

The outline of the report is shown as below:

Chapter

Description

Introduction

Introduce the background, objective, glossary, executive summary of the report

Research of the development and impact of “Internet +Service Industry”

Analyze the development of key service industries including Health Care, Education, Transportation, and Financial Services to which “Internet + Service Industry” is referred.

Key elements on “Facilitating Innovative Economic Development of ‘Internet + Service Industry’”

Analyze challenges and opportunities that “Internet + Service Industry” will face during the process of development based on economy cooperation in APEC region, such as digital divide, trust crisis, barrier on promoting SME-friendly and so on. In addition, the key elements of the framework built for supporting the research would be analyzed in this chapter.

Policy Recommendation

Share the provide references for APEC members, to promote policy capacity building in APEC economies.

2) Organize the workshop which will talk about how “Internet + Service” facilitate the innovative economic development: Put forward the teleconference and invite multi-stakeholders to join.

The conference will include sharing information and experience of key service industries like medical treatment, education, transportation, finance that is related with the rapid expansion of “Internet +”.Obviously, the workshop would be held for the case studies from the multi-stakeholders and participants. It will also talk about generally appeared challenges and how to improve related regulation policies. 

Outcomes: The outputs of the project are expected to bring 3 main changes: 

Firstly, the project will motivate the policy makers in APEC members to pay more attention on the development of “Internet + Service Industry” and Internet Economy. At first, the workshop about improvement of “Internet + Service Industry” will promote regional cooperation for Asia-Pacific economies. The workshop will play an important role in providing the communication and cooperation platform for APEC members to make them realize the importance of “Internet + Service Industry” developed in the future. The information about the progress of “Internet + Service Industry” practiced in the field of education, medical, transportation and finance will be shared and published on the platform such.as workshop, APEC website and so on. The project will make the status of “Internet + Service Industry”  in China as an example and point out the key elements and indicators to develop these service industries. And then, it will summarize the meaning of “Internet + Service Industry” to facilitate to Internet Economy in Asia-pacific region from government policies, current development opportunities and challenges.

Secondly, this project will facilitate the technical cooperation between financial enterprises and promote the industrialization and marketization of “Internet + Service Industry” in Asia-Pacific region.

Thirdly, the target will be set as common problems with the development of “Internet +Service Industry” in APEC economy and sharing best practical experience. This project will provide great convenience for cooperation among APEC members and also instruct regulatory policies, technological innovation and standardization, economic environment improvement, international cooperation and so on.

After the project, the PO will keep in touch with the policy makers, regulators, business entities and academia in APEC members, and track the policy updated, which is related to “Internet + Service Industry”, after1-2 years. The PO will organize a survey to collect the feedbacks from stakeholder of APEC economies in order to measure the actual effort in the medium-term and, at the same time, establish the project plan in long-term., After the project completed, a questionnaire will be designed and delivered to TEL economies to track their’ “Internet + Service Industry” progress . In the questionnaire, measurement indexes will be set to evaluate each economy’s development situation. After that an outcome of survey and analysis will be submitted to APEC Secretariat and distributed to the APEC Economies in consequence as a research material. 

Beneficiaries: The policy makers, regulators, private sectors and academia will be the main beneficiaries.

1) Policy makers and regulators: Policy makers and regulators in APEC members with the following qualifications will be one of the most direct participants and users of the outputs:

—  Responsible for affairs related to facilitating innovative economic development of “Internet + Service Industry”;

—  Or responsible for international cooperation affairs;

— Deputy Director or above;

— Both female and male;

— Both developed and developing economies;

Policy makers and regulators will be able to take this opportunity to share their experiences and explore possible policy solutions and opportunities for cooperation.

So as to bridge the digital divide and achieve both developmental and social benefits in the APEC region, in the study report, we also plan to provide references for policy makers and regulators in developing economies, to promote technology and policy capacity building in their economies. 

2) Private sector: The qualification of the private sectors includes:

—  “Internet + Service Industry” enterprise;

—  The service enterprises which seek to benefit from the “Internet + Service Industry”;

—  Both large enterprises and SMEs;

—  Global Enterprise

Representative from private sectors will be able to attend the workshop and share their experiences, innovative business models, productions and services.

So as to promote the marketization of “Internet + Service Industry” in APEC region, we plan to provide policy recommendations for regulators and regulators to improve some current policies, such as market access barriers in our study report, which will bring huge business opportunities to private sectors. 

3) Academia: Academia will be able to take this opportunity to share their experiences and understand the status of “Internet + Service Industry” in APEC region, such as market demand, hot technical area, etc., which will help them to locate their research direction. 

Besides of all the above, customers and other people will be the final-beneficiaries. Besides benefiting on the increasing of some indicators who can be measured of economic progress generally, they will gain additional happiness from the contribution of innovative technologies to wealth, health and wellbeing.

Dissemination

The target audience: Policy makers, regulators, business entities, academia, etc. of all APEC member economies. We will share the study and seminar reports to relevant APEC forums. 

The number, form and content of the publications: The electronic study report will be shared on the website of APEC. We can also print the paper publications as appropriate. 

To encourage wider public access to the documents on line, news on the publication of project final deliverable could be announced through social media including newspaper and Internet as appropriate. 

Any intention to sell outputs arising from this project: Not applicable.

Gender

Men and women will be encouraged to participate in the project equally. Women can be actively involved in every phase of this project including the planning and implementation, presentation and general participation as attendees in this workshop. Member economies will be encouraged to propose women experts in order to ensure the participation of women among the speakers on the workshop. 

The project will also research industry ‘best practices’ and collect data on the expected gender impacts of “Internet + Service Industry”. In ‘best practice’, certain companies have identified “Internet + Service Industry” teams with a large percentage of females in order to ensure that women’s concerns are incorporated into design (i.e. Bosch).”Internet + Service Industry” development will increase employment opportunities for the female group and create a more comfortable economic environment for them.

Work Plan

The project is expected to start from November 2015 and end in November 2016, mainly consisting of 3 phases. 

1) Phase 1: Project Content Design & Preliminary implementation

The proposed project content is as follows:

The Project Overseer will set an expert group on“Facilitating Innovative Economic Development of “Internet + Service Industry” research, and then the contractors will be selected to carry out studies and analysis on the status and background of “Internet + Service Industry” development to promote Internet Economy in APEC economies. Thus, the main problems and challenges could be examined. 

The studies and analysis on the status of “Internet + Service Industry” in APEC economies and the main problems are discussed according to the following principles:

—  Experience and expertise in undertaking consultancy studies in the APEC region;

—  Expertise on topics related to “Internet + Service Industry” in the APEC region;

—  Good communication skills in English;

—  Knowledge about the APEC structure and issues related to the Telecommunications and Information Working Group (TEL);

— Master and above degree;

—   Encourage women to participate the team;

—  Capable to deliver high quality products on time and within budget. 

The responsibility of the contractors include:

—    Gather and process information and perform analysis on the status and the trend of “Internet + Service Industry” in the APEC region;

—    Set the main topics of the workshop;

—    Complete final-version study report and submit to PO.

We also welcome interested economies participate into the expert group. The expert group will assist PO to set the main topics of the workshop. 

2) Phase 2Workshop on “Facilitating Innovative Economic Development of “Internet + Service Industry”

It is planned that a one-day workshop will be held in Peru during APEC TEL53 in 2016 (dates and venue to be confirmed in line with the TEL53 meeting). In the workshop, the experts and representatives from multi-stakeholders will be invited to share their information and experiences and to discuss the predominant issues. 

The proposed agenda is as following: 

Section 1Facilitating innovative economic development of “Internet + Service Industry” in APEC Region

Objectives:-To provide overview information which focus on facilitating innovative economic development of “Internet + Service Industry” for promoting the Internet economy and improving people’s lives in whole APEC region.

–To change the low productivity in the traditional economy through the greater adoption of ICT.

–To build ICT infrastructure in order to bridge the digital divide between developed economies and developing economies.

Section 2: Business Model Innovation on “Internet + Service Industry” development

Objectives:-To provide case studies from the multi-stakeholders on creating innovative business model in implementing the Internet economy through “Internet + Service Industry” development.

-To help the economies to build an Internet industry chain and to facilitate cross border flow of ICT-enabled services.

 In doing so, it would promote member economies’ cooperation and collaboration on developing the Internet Economy.

Section 3: “Internet + Service Industry” Development for the Promotion of Internet Economy in developed and developing economies

Objectives:-To provide case studies from typical economies about the challenges/difficulties and share key success factors in implementing “Internet + Service Industry” for facilitating the economic development.

-To spread of new innovative business models in the traditional service sector, and to encourage the reallocation of resources and the expansion of the scale of the services sector.


3)
Phase 3Project outputs implementation and spread

After the workshop, the expert group will continue to carry out the following study work, including the study of the important point of views proposed by the speakers in the workshop and the common concerns or issues from APEC economies. We will ask APEC member for advice, and formulate the final version of the study report.

A large percentage of female participants will be included in this project to make sure that their concerns are considered and create a more comfortable and fair environment for them.

The conclusive report will be finished and presented to APEC TEL WG and be published on APEC website. The outcome of the project will be distributed among project participants and APEC member economies as reference in the project of facilitating innovative economic development of “Internet + Service Industry”.

Risks

There are 3 main risks which could impact project implementation:

Firstly, there is a risk that we cannot find a qualified contractors group. To avoid this risk, we will establish a project managerial team, which will be formed by interested economies, to prepare and facilitate the implementation of the project. PO and the managerial team will look for a qualified contractor together. In the contract with the group, PO should make clear a requirement; ask the contractor group to avoid the turnover of experts.

Secondly, we may fail to identify suitable qualified speakers and/or receive nominations late.  To avoid this risk, PO will consult widely in the development of the program for the workshop, to seek recommendations from APEC TEL and APEC members, which include policy-makers, regulators, academics, carriers and business entities, etc. The risk of presenter’s absence will be managed by sending the call to economies early in order to give member economies enough time to identify the appropriate participants. The identification of participants and the finalization of the travel and accommodation arrangements for the APEC funding support speakers would be in accordance with the APEC guidelines. Alternative approaches to physical participation will also be considered for expert presentations such as video conferencing.

Thirdly, the actually expense of the project may excess the project itemized budget. To control the expense of the project, PO will pay attention to communicate with PM&PE, confirm whether the project is within budget. If the actual expense of one item exceeds the budget, PO should revise the project itemized budget, to make sure the summary of budget unchanged.

Fourth, due to the gap of ICT infrastructure development in the APEC region, the developing economies may have the political and the budget problems to implement this type of policy. For example, maybe the ICT infrastructure has not popularized and the traditional economy still has a wide development space.

Fifth, the project has got a wide support of APEC economies and has 9 project co-sponsors.  We are considering to invite relevant speakers (to be confirmed ) and as many as participants to be involved in the project.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Measuring result of the workshop: The success of the workshop will depend on the participation and information exchanged. The workshop deliverables will be:

—   about 6 professional speakers from 3-4 economies;

—   about 11 participants from travel-eligible economies;

—   Presentations materials that can be used as reference to member economies;

—   Better understanding of facilitating innovative economic development of “Internet + Service Industry “issues such as technologies and market influence;

—   The proportion of women representatives participating in the workshop will be more than 20%.

Measuring result of the study report: The success of the study report will depend on the research of the contractors,speech of all the experts and the discussion of the workshop. The report deliverables will be:

—   Research including the status of “Internet + Service Industry” for Internet economy of APEC members, the important role of facilitating innovative economic development of “Internet + Service Industry” in APEC economies, main problems and challenges the APEC economies are facing in promoting “Internet + Service Industry” for Internet Economy, typical practical experiences of APEC economies in promoting Internet Economy in APEC economies.

—   Analysis result of the typical existence problems and potential challenges for the developing economies in APEC region on “Internet + Service Industry” for Internet Economy. 

We will collect the Information including feedback from the stakeholders and the actual number of the participants and their identities and feedback will be collected through the interviews and statistics.

Linkages

Engagement: “Internet + Service Industry” is a cross-cutting topic, which is also relevant with the other APEC fora, such as APEC SME, APEC PPSTI, APEC IOT etc. We will strengthen the communication with relative fora, report the project progress and new finding to them. When necessary, we also can attend their events, make a presentation to introduce our project. Besides, considering the innovation experiences from “Internet + Service Industry” SMEs in exploring new funding business, technologies and innovation models, the representatives of APEC SMEs will be invited to make presentations, share their innovation experiences in our workshop. 

Previous Work: In recent years, APEC TEL held a series of workshops themed in internet economy development as well as applications of “Internet + Service Industry” for socio-economic service activities and sustainable growth. Enabling Entrepreneurship and Sustainability 2013, the United State; Enhance competence in implementing ICT universal services programs, Viet Nam; Innovative value-added service of ICT: Cloud Computing Applied to e-health management platform system, Chinese Taipei; Application of ubiquitous Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) for customised management in emergency situations, Russia; Enhance competence in implementing ICT universal services programs/projects in APEC; Study Workshop on Best Practices Transfer of Green ICT for Sustainable Growth, Thailand; Enabling Information Communications Technology Investment for Growth and Recovery, USA; ICT Application in the Field of Environment, Japan; Interoperable ICT: semantic, linguistic and other aspects, Russia.

Moreover, there are some related work done by academic institutions, such as a conference about “AfPIF 2013 Peering and Interconnection Forum“ held by the “Internet Society” in September in Morocco; a project called “Internet-The Tool for Education Revolution” held in Nepal in June 2014; and a programme named “Asia Internet Symposium” is held in Bangladesh in April 2014. 

APEC’s Comparative Advantage: APEC members have paid great attention to the development of “Internet + Service Industry”. “Internet + Service Industry” will not only promote the emergence and spread of new economy models in the traditional industry but also fit the 2015 APEC’s topic. This project will lead new economic model and format in the industry fields like medical treatment, education, transportation, tourism and so on through the combination between Internet and traditional service sector. This project will build new economic growth point and improve traditional industries’ economic capacity building. A better world will be built through applying Internet into more service industries to improve people’s lives.

ICT has become the most popular field with its fast development. The combination between Internet and traditional industries will play an important role in the revolution of technology and industry. However,the combination is limited by the current level of manufacturing, material and energy technology. Therefore, the combination between Internet and service sector will just fit the current situation. The service industries including media, transportation and communication will have great changes under the combination of Internet and service industry. The project can help most APEC economies especially developing economies to improve the information infrastructure and bridge digital divide. In addition, an industry chain for the development of  “Internet + Service Industry” will be built through the project. Furthermore, the project will facilitate cross border flow of ICT-enabled services, policy exchanges among economies and more cooperation.

Sustainability

The study report of this project will be put on the websites of APEC. Member economies are also encouraged to publicize the related information on their own existing websites. The study report will provide references to APEC members, which will be of great help when member economies want to implement their own “Facilitating Innovative Economic Development of “Internet + Service Industry”” plan, even after the project is finished.

The project will also provide an opportunity for member economies to get in touch with the specialists on this topic in APEC region, and a contact list will be distributed among the workshop attendances for future use. In this workshop, participants will also discuss future plan on this topic. After the workshop, the research findings of the study report and the recommendations proposed from the workshop will be reported in the next APEC TEL meeting. We will also pursue to promote the outcome to future Senior Officials’ Meeting and TEL Ministerial meeting.

Information will be collected including feedback from the stakeholder, a number of International cooperation projects related to “Facilitating Innovative Economic Development of “Internet + Service Industry”” in APEC region, and alot of policy consultations will be promoted by PO and expert group. Many policy update related to “Internet + Service Industry” for the Internet Economy in APEC region will be collected through the interviews and statistics after the project is finished.

Project Overseers

Mr. Wang Yue, who will manage this project, currently serves as the vice director of China Academy of Telecommunication Research, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, China. Wang has spent his career life on the consulting and research experience in mobile communications and internet fields for over six years, chaired lots of national projects in telecommunication and internet consulting. He also participated in APEC TEL, ITU and other international ICT events.

For Wang, the contact responsible for this project contain 4 main points. First, he is responsible to organize the contractor design the project content, contact with speakers, moderators and participants, organize the workshop and implement and spread the project outputs. Second, he is responsible to contact with PM and PD, report the update of project implementation, project funding expenses, etc. Third, he is responsible to contact with APEC TEL and APEC TEL members, report the update of project implementation, arrange the time & place of the workshop.  The last but not the least, he is responsible to keep on communication with co-sponsors, acknowledge their suggestions and ideas of this project, confirm the project quality.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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