Project Title

Promoting SMEs’ Integration into Global Value Chains – Phase 2 

Project Year

2016   

Project Number

CTI 09 2016A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

CTI 09 2016A 

Project Title

Promoting SMEs’ Integration into Global Value Chains – Phase 2 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific and Global Value Chains (FTAAP and GVCs) 

Project Year

2016 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

135,657 

Co-funding Amount

42,800 

Total Project Value

178,457 

Sponsoring Forum

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Topics

Trade Facilitation 

Committee

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Korea 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Malaysia; Mexico; Papua New Guinea; Peru; Philippines; Thailand; United States; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/07/2016 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2016 

Project Proponent Name 1

Kim Jin 

Job Title 1

Director of Multilateral Trade Cooperation Division 

Organization 1

Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy 

Postal Address 1

610, 16-1, 402 Hannuri-daero, Sejong-si, Republic of Korea (zip : 339-012) 

Telephone 1

82-44 2035640/5645 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

mtrade@korea.kr; jinkim5@korea.kr 

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

Kim Jin 

Project Summary

Under the APEC Strategic Blueprint for Promoting GVC Development and Cooperation, this project seeks to incorporate and disseminate key deliverables achieved in the Phase 1 of the initiative “Promoting SMEs’ Integration into Global Value Chains”.

Two core element of the project includes (1) holding GVC Workshops, to better understand GVCs and to create better trade environment for SMEs’ GVC participation, and (2) developing a comprehensive final policy report focusing on policy recommendations and strategy to promote GVC participation which contributes to realizing APEC's shared goal of promoting balanced and inclusive growth.

By providing best practice cases and policy recommendations, this project seeks to contribute to APEC priority agenda of enhancing the regional economic integration and support sustainable and inclusive economic growth in the Asia-Pacific region.

Relevance

Advancement and evolution of global value chains (GVCs) has become an important initiative for APEC as an effort to pursue the goal of supporting sustainable inclusive economic growth and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region. According to a report by APEC PSU (2013), however, the major players that mainly control the GVCs are mostly multinational corporations and further efforts are required to facilitate SMEs’ integration into GVCs. while SMEs face obstacles and barriers to participate into GVCs and contribute to sustainable growth of the region. Therefore, further efforts to facilitate SMEs’ integration into GVCs have become increasingly necessary.

At the 2014 MRT, the APEC Strategic Blueprint for Advancing GVCs’ Development was endorsed.  Building on such efforts, and guided by the Terms of Reference of this project which was endorsed  by APEC minister at the 2014 AMM, APEC economies have achieved concrete deliverables under five work streams in 2015 with each stream taken in charge of by voluntary member economies respectively. Those work streams are IT/Electronics (led by Korea), Automotive (led by the Philippines and Malaysia), Textile (led by Vietnam), Healthcare (led by the United States) and Agribusiness (led by Thailand).

As a joint effort of the five sectors involved, this project seeks to benefit not only the sector leading economies, but also all other APEC economies as well, by incorporating best practice cases and policy recommendations achieved in each of the major industries to facilitate SMEs’ globalization through integrating them into GVCs. 

This project directly relates to two Rank 1 criteria: 1) MSME Modernization and insertion in GVCs and 2) Activities outlined in the Global Value Chains (GVCs) Blueprint.

1)  MSME Modernization and insertion in GVCs: This project aims to facilitate SMEs’ integration into GVCs in the major manufacturing industries and build their capacity for sustainable and inclusive business growth.

2) Activities outlined in Global Value Chains (GVCs) Blueprint: This project directly contributes to progress in work stream of Global Value Chains (GVCs) Blueprint, especially in the pillar of the SME's trade and investment perspectives.

Objectives

1)  To support implementation of the APEC GVC Blueprint to increase the knowledge about GVCs among the participants and to create a network in which GVCs development can be actively discussed.

2)  To facilitate SMEs’ integration into GVCs by building their capacity for sustainable and inclusive growth through a wide-ranged workshop on GVC specifically responding to needs of SMEs in the region.

3) To develop a comprehensive final policy report focusing on policy recommendations and strategy to promote GVC participation which contributes to realizing APEC's shared goal of promoting balanced and inclusive growth.

Alignment

Under APEC’s primary goal of supporting sustainable economic growth and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region, this project will contribute accordingly in the following ways:

1) Demonstrate concrete efforts to implement the APEC GVC Strategic Blueprint by developing a work plan for the work stream identified in the Blueprint.

2)  Perform a stocktaking of initiatives already underway across all APEC fora that support the GVCs strategic Blueprint in order to consider how these initiatives could be enhanced to better support GVCs and to avoid duplication between initiatives.

3)  Promote cross-fora collaboration in relation to issues referred to in the GVCs Strategic Blueprint that are dealt with by APEC fora outside of the CTI.

This project will directly address the core initiative of CTI in 2016 as tasked by APEC Leaders in 2015, under which “to advance the implementation of the APEC Strategic Blueprint for Promoting Global Value Chain Development and Cooperation through the initiatives and work plans under the different work streams, using the 2015 Progress Report as reference.” The Project is also supportive to the implementation of the Boracay Action Agenda to Globalise MSMEs adopted by APEC Leaders and Trade Ministers in 2015. In addition, as this project seeks to execute and implement the work plans stated above in the perspective of SMEs, it is also aligned with the CTI’s strategic plan in APEC priority area of enhancing the Regional Economic Integration and MSMEs’ Participation in Regional and Global Markets.

TILF/ASF Justification

APEC Strategic Plan on Capacity Building to Promote Trade and Investment suggests that one of the most effective ways in capacity building and contributing to the core trade and investment agenda of APEC is sharing best practice among APEC economies and other related agencies. By drawing the best practice cases related to SMEs integration in to GVCs from diverse backgrounds, identifying the characteristics of each case, comparing one another and seeking ways to apply them to other cases, this project seeks to support the capacity building needs of APEC developing economies as well. The study will cover topics, particularly interest of developing economies, including but not limited to SMEs’ participation in GVC, value chain upgrading, SME-MNC partnership, or capacity building for GVC policymaking process.

According to APEC Policy Support Unit, SMEs contribute significantly to economic growth, with their share of GDP ranging from 20 percent to 50 percent in the majority of APEC economies. However, they only account for 35 percent or less of the direct exports.

By sharing best practices and knowledge about SMEs’ entering GVCs in sectors covered in Phase I, APEC developing economies' capacity building needs will be met by helping them enter and move up the GVC not only in the covered sectors but also in other sectors and ultimately to achieve their economic goals.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The output includes GVC Workshop and Final Policy Report which will consolidate sectoral reports submitted at the end of Phase I and appropriate policy recommendations to facilitate regional SMEs into GVCs.

1) GVC Workshop: The workshop will be open to a wider range of participants with the purpose of sharing issues and case studies raised by the sectoral reports of Phase I for further development and dissemination on SMEs integration into GVCs.

a) Integration: Integrating 5 sub-topics of Phase I, a comprehensive analytical framework will be given at the GVC workshop. By providing a clearer view of perspectives concerning what is understood by global value chain, discussed in each sub-sectors, the workshop will provide a comprehensive view and a better understanding of challenges and shortcomings in SMEs participation of GVCs.

b) Raising Awareness: In comparison with the PPP fora at Phase I, where the participants are restricted to subject-matter experts from each sectors, the workshop seeks to broaden the borderline to draw wider participation and facilitate the creation of greater awareness on SMEs’ participation of GVCs.

c) Dissemination: Each of the best practice cases and policy implications derived from Phase I will be consolidated and disseminated to APEC developing economies with the purpose of meeting their capacity building needs related to the development of SMEs and their participation in GVCs.

2) Final Policy Report: The progress report will bring together the results of the Phase I as well as the workshop to identify the necessary steps and developments in penetrating the SMEs participation of GVCs. The report, where the five leading sectors discussed in Phase I are synthesized into, can be utilized as a basis for comprehensive policy recommendation and an extension to other potential sectors where it is necessary for the SMEs to participate in GVCs.

a) Best Practice Cases: Through presenting best practice cases from each sector, not only will experts examine broader and innovative ways of approaching GVCs but also those who are less familiar with GVCs will have a better understanding of various elements and issues related to the concept of SMEs’ integration into GVCs.

b) Comparison between cases and sectors: This report will identify the characteristics of the best practice cases and sectors in terms of SMEs’ GVC participation by comparing one with others. By doing this, the reports can give the tips to the policy makers of developing economies with regard to application of the policy implication suggested by Phase I reports not only in the sectors covered sectors but also in other sectors they want to promote.

c) Strategy for SMEs: This report mainly aims to benefit both the public and private sector. As for SMEs, the report will provide practical ways and strategies to overcome challenges they may face in participating in GVCs.

d) Policy implications and recommendations: To benefit the policy makers of APEC economies in practical decision making on GVC-related issues, the policy report will provide actionable recommendations and implications to modify or establish new approaches in SME and GVC-related policies. For higher practicability of the policy recommendations, case study and other analysis for policy recommendation will be conducted under strict consideration of SME’s different developmental stages and thus diverse policy needs that the policy makers in developing economies encounter. Also, by consolidating the characteristics of the sectors and identifying the similarities and differences, the reports can give tips to the policy makers who want to promote the SME’s participation into GVC’s in the sectors that are not covered by Phase I reports.

Outcomes: Medium-term outputs that can be expected include a rise in GVC awareness, development of strategies related to SMEs participation in GVCs, and implementation and adoption of the framework and concepts by other APEC economies.

Under the work plan, various participants from a wide variety of backgrounds will gather together to add value to the study on SMEs and GVCs across the sectors covered in Phase I. This may include experts that are highly aware of GVCs, but may also include SME experts and other experts from each sector with either high or low understanding on GVCs. Thus, the platform that will be established GVC Workshop, will act as a chance to enhance GVC awareness and applicability of the policy implications among the participants, while pursuing its core purpose of penetrating SMEs’ participation in GVCs.

The insights, coming from the case studies and best practices shared, as well as issues raised by subject matter experts, will provide a chance to set forth practical strategies on participating in GVCs for the participating SMEs. The GVC workshop, with various APEC economies participating, will provide a wide spectrum of ideas and plans to be adapted by SMEs for implementation. Policy makers will have a chance to share and learn, from theoretical studies, comprehensive frameworks and/or experiences in other economies, to further develop and adapt to their own economies, including developing economies. The six sectoral lead economies in this initiative are particularly well-positioned to further explore how to translate the outcomes into concrete GVC policy.  For example, the Philippines and Malaysia is advancing into a more sophisticated next phase under the work stream of Automotive GVC – in the title of APEC GSAS (GVC/SME Automotive Sector).

Overall, each of the activities in the work plan for this project, GVC Workshop and comprehensive final Policy Report, will change the way participants perceive GVCs and the way they implement and execute strategies and policies related to GVCs.     

Beneficiaries: 

1) Direct beneficiaries: Direct beneficiaries of the project include policy makers, business experts, and researchers in APEC region who participate the GVC Workshop. Active participation to the workshop by all APEC economies are recommended. The final policy report will be open to public as informative resources for businesses and policy makers in Asia-Pacific region.

a) Public Sector (Government bodies and agencies): On the public side, GVC related-policy makers at both working level and senior level position will be able to formulate reasonable policies to satisfy both SMEs and MNCs interests. The outcome of this project can be beneficial to public agencies in such areas as commerce, customs, or investment.

b) Industrial Sector (SMEs and related associations): Industrial stakeholder and business experts will be the main beneficiaries of this project. A wide scope of stakeholders in industrial sector will have a better understanding of GVCs and gain knowledge on how to integrate principles and experience into their corporate strategy to ultimately capture larger gains from the GVC. Especially, SMEs in such areas as IT, automotive, healthcare, textile will be direct beneficiaries of the project.

c) Academic Sector (Academic institutions, public and/or private research institutions)

Researchers and professors on related subjects will have a better perception on the concept of GVCs and SMEs participation for further research and studies.

Active participants of the GVC workshops conducted in the phase 1 are encouraged to participate in this second phase workshop. The PO will coordinate with other sector lead economies on the invitation issue.

2) Long-term beneficiaries: In the long-term, the extended beneficiaries will include MNCs, Developing Economies, and other sectors.

a) MNCs: Though the project is focused on the SMEs participation of GVCs, as SMEs penetrate to actively participate in the GVCs, MNCs will follow accordingly to become a beneficiary in the developing GVCs.

b) Developing Economies: The developing economies are a part of direct beneficiaries in terms of capacity building and economic growth. However, the trickle-down effect of in a global perspective of GVC and SMEs will follow in the long-term as the economic growth is endorsed in each of the developing economies.

c) Other Sectors: Other sectors that are not covered in the Phase I but conducting a project on SME integration of SMEs will also benefit in the long-term from shared applicable case studies and policy recommendations of this project.

Dissemination

As the output of the GVC Workshop, and the Final Policy Report, including the presentation slides of all participants and discussion notes for each session of forums and workshops, will be published.

To share main points of GVC Workshop with other expert and opinion leaders, printed version will be published available for the participants at APEC meetings as well as updating the electronic publication on the APEC and other relevant governmental websites for a wider audience.

The target audience of this progress report will include SME policy development officials, management and decision makers of SMEs/MNCs, industry associations and academic researchers in APEC economies.

The final report will be disseminated to the APEC economies as the final version that is further developing and synthesizing the sectoral reports from the Phase I in 2015. The report will include sectors covered in the Phase I such as IT/electronics, automotives, textile, healthcare and agribusiness. The PO will coordinate with the sector lead economies to enable public access to the final report in appropriate government-operated web sites of the economies.

The final report and other presentation materials from the GVC Workshop will be provided for access by APEC fora after uploaded in the APEC document database.

In addition, there will be press release for both the GVC workshop and the final reports publishing at least one time for each by utilizing available media source of the PO via Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy of Korea. Various social networking service (SNS) channels will also be utilized to promote the public’s access to the outputs of the project electronically.

Gender

Empowering women and fully engaging them in a global business environment is an important issue especially for the Asia-Pacific Region. In alignment with such gender equality endeavor of APEC, this project will promote opportunities for both men and women.

During the planning stages for the GVC Workshop, the PO will constantly seek to achieve gender balance in the selection of experts and participants. Other APEC developing economies will be encouraged to constantly consider gender equality throughout this project as well. In addition, women will be included in the list of research participants for this project to integrate women’s analysis point of view into the outputs. This will assist female SME entrepreneurs gain a better understanding of GVCs.

As the number of women-led SMEs is constantly increasing in the global business environment, the integration of women into the GVC is a rising issue to be shed light on. Through broadening more female involvement into the GVCs, positive outcomes such as an increase in women’s awareness and knowledge regarding GVCs issues can be expected. Furthermore, this endeavor will provide a number of interventions and policy implications for other APEC economies developing their own framework for more female involvement in economies such as Malaysia, Vietnam and Philippines.

Also, in the formation of Workshop’s contents, the issues about unbalanced gender ratio of workforce in SMEs will be included. Despite growing figure of female workforce in APEC Economies, the statistical figure seems to have timid influence. Considering the unfair labor environment, policy implication how to improve gender issues in the SME workforce environment will be generated from the workshop and forum.

Work Plan

Time

Key Activities

Outputs

In the margin of CTI3, 2016

GVC Workshop

-  A GVC Workshop will provide an opportunity for representatives from five industrial work streams of Phase I to present outcomes of each project and suggest recommendations

-  GVC Workshop will address the following objectives:

.  Empowering policy makers and agencies with knowledge and strategies to create better trade environment and reduce barriers to GVC development

. Supporting SMEs’ better understanding of GVC and assisting capacity building of SMEs in the perspective of GVC participation

. Facilitate networking among SMEs and MNCs that may lead to MNC-SME partnering or other forms of collaborative connection

CSOM/AMM/AELM

Policy Report

-  A final policy report will synthesize major deliverables from the works done in the five major industrial work streams of Phase I under the initiative

- The policy report will be reported to SOM and AMM for review and endorsement, then open to public for utilization by both business and government sectors.

1) GVC Workshop: GVC Workshop will be implemented to bring together a wide range of participants, with the purpose further developing and disseminating the issues and case studies raised in the Phase I. It will be an one day event, with participants from different APEC economies. Beginning with the opening ceremony with a keynote speech by a renowned speaker, will be followed by sharing case studies and best practices among the SMEs for GVC participation. Panel discussions will take place afterwards, for active development and constructive discussions on the relative issues concerning SMEs’ participation in GVCs in five major manufacturing industries. All of the contents, including the presentation slides, speech materials, and discussion notes, will be kept in paper, recording, and summarized for further utilization in the final policy report, as well as for dissemination for other APEC fora.

Th PO is ensuring the good preparation of the GVC Workshop as following:

Substance of the workshop is as explained above. Currently, external researching staff in Korea is working on organizing the sessions and will formulate a draft agenda by the end of June to circulate to CTI for comments.

The PO is also working on participation issue to ensure (1) each of all six sector lead economies designate one speaker to present the outcomes of their work in Phase I and plan for future work and (2) active participation by all APEC economies including 11 travel eligible ones to the GVC workshop. PO will also contact an appropriate GVC expert from international organizations to participate the event as panelist and speaker.

The PO is working with Peru to arrange date and venue of the event. Notice is soon expected from Peru to confirm the reservation. Once the proposal is approved by the BMC and the logistics are confirmed, the PO will officially circulate the administrative announcement to the economies attached by the participant nomination form. This can take place in early July.

2) Policy Report: The policy report will be an integration of contents from the sectoral reports of Phase I, the GVC Workshop and extra research organized by the PO. The progress report will first start with a review of the 5 sectoral reports as the result of the project in the Phase I. The report will then go on to compare the cases from each sector as well as discuss the analytical framework of the GVC. Also, arguments, views and criticism raised in the GVC workshop will be carefully considered and integrated, to provide a new perspective on the studies of GVCs. The report will be concluded with policy implications and recommendations to set a basis for the further studies and the promotion of SMEs’ participation into GVCs in the future.

Risks

Risk

Risk Management

GVC Workshop

-  Absence of expected speakers (International guests)

- Venue selection

- Time schedule

- Progress tracking

- Budget management

- Arrangement of guests and participants ahead of time

- Highly accessible venue

-  Recording and dictation of the workshop contents

- PMS system for budget management

Policy Report

-  Overlap with work of other APEC fora or work outside of APEC

-  Difficulty in consolidating the sectoral reports due to free-for-all approaches, formats and contents.

-  Integration of practical issues and case studies to avoid redundancy

- Convergence of various methodology and theories in research and analysis to add value to the existing works

-  Figuring out a core format to apply to all Phase I reports to make an easy-to-look comparison

Substantive risks to SME integration into GVCs.

Monitoring and Evaluation

To ensure comprehensive evaluation of the achievement of the project, a set of direct and indirect indicators will be used as following. Also various gender indicators will be in use to evaluate how this project addresses cross-cutting gender issues.

1) Direct Indicators: a set of quantitative indicators will be used such as the number of businesses and government officials participating in the workshop, the number of best practices identified, or the number of recommendations

Detailed indicators:

Detailed indicators

The number of participating SMEs and MNCs

At least 20 for SMEs, 5 for MNCs

The number of participating government officials

At least 20

The number of best practices

At least 10

The number of recommendations adopted in the progress report

At least 5

The number of partnering cases among the participating SMEs and MNCs

At least 5

→ Data for detailed direct indicators will be collected based on the actual participation result of the GVC workshop.       

2)  Indirect Indicators: a set of qualitative indicators will be used with survey or interview of the participants and stakeholders, with the questionnaires to measure how helpful the workshop is in terms of better understanding of the policy issues, facilitating linkage between SMEs and MNCs, and meeting SMEs’ capacity building needs, etc.

→ The survey results will be collected by participant economy and will be made as a monitoring and evaluation report with direct indicator’s outcome to make effective GVC analysis for APEC economies. The questionnaire will include the surveying the effectiveness of output. Outcomes such as comments about workshop and the output of this GVC project, the relevance with APEC policy issues and whether the contents of workshop meet the development needs of APEC economies.

3) Gender Indicators: To reflect sufficient level of gender considerations, quantitative indicators such as number of women participants of the workshop and qualitative indicators such as gender-specific questionnaires in survey can be used. The project will endeavor to cover issues related to women-led SMEs’ GVC participation.

Detailed indicators:

Detailed indicators

The number of women participants

At least 20

The minimum ratio of women participants

25%

The number of gender-specific issues

At least 3

→ After the completion of workshop and forum, the ratio of women participants in the events will

be calculated. In addition, the questionnaire described above in direct and indirect indicators, will include the relevance of workshop’s topics to APEC gender issues and GVC awareness of female entrepreneurs.

Linkages

APEC stakeholders that have potential engagement include CTI, SMEWG, ABAC, AD, PPWE and more. Non-APEC stakeholders include multilateral organizations such as World Bank, WTO, and OECD. Through the implementation of this project, detailed information will be disseminated to these stakeholders to ensure their active participation to the GVC workshop and developing policy report. In addition, all materials developed and published for the purposes of this program will be made available via the APEC document database.

Previously, APEC Policy Support Unit’s study regarding “Integrating SMEs into Global Value Chain: Policy Principles and Best Practices” was published in May 2014. Additionally, the issue of GVC has an intimate linkage to many previous works by the CTI - such as customs procedures, investment, market access, and standards. Based on those works, 5 sector reports were produced in the Phase I of the project in 2015. However, this project will not produce duplication to the previous works, but extend the issue to further degrees and add meaningful values building on the outcomes.

As one way of enhancing linkages to other APEC works, this project will put efforts to identify cross-sectoral obstacles that affect to SMEs’ integration into GVCs regardless of industrial sectors and develop policy recommendations to address such obstacles. Such outcomes can be reviewed and utilized afterward in GVC work streams of other industrial sectors like textile (CTI 07 2015A). The work plan include consolidating the sectoral studies and several cases from each sector and holding GVC workshop (3Q 2016).

Sustainability

Phase II will focus on how to effectively integrate progresses made in the five sectoral GVC work stream in Phase I. While addressing key problems in each of the sector GVC, Phase II will also focus on cross-cutting issues policy recommendations with general applicability. In Phase II, it will be important to bring different types of cases with diverse backgrounds that will benefit all the APEC economies including developing economies.

Measurement of progress for short-term outcomes and impacts will be taken care of during the project evaluation process, including criteria such as GVC awareness, SMEs-GVCs related policy implications and etc. For medium and long-term outcomes and impacts, statistics from national-level statistics agencies will be gathered to measure outcomes such as increase in a percentage of SMEs participating in GVC.

The GVC workshop will act as a sustainable platform for continuous discussions and knowledge sharing in the GVCs and SMEs’ participation. Participants with various backgrounds as well as the representatives from the economies that led each sector in Phase I will join the work shop. It will be a constructive opportunity for all participants and audiences to utilize the outputs and outcomes of this project even after project completion. The workshop will provide for valuable experiences and lessons to both the organizer and participants helping them develop long-term policy solutions.

To maintain cohesion and build trust within the workshop, the PO will organize a plan for the workshop. The PO will ensure cohesion in terms of both subject matter and participants of the forum’s discussion. Key participants composed of the delegators of sectoral studies, policy makers and people from business sector and academia can play major role to gain cohesion and help bringing the work through the GVC workshop beyond Phase II of the project.

Another way of building on the outputs and outcomes of the project will be utilizing the report. The report, being an integrated output of the sectoral works of Phase I and GVC Workshop, will be made available for application in other industries and sectors as well. The final report will incorporate all the outputs from five GVC sectors of Phase I, which are IT/electronics, automotives, textile, healthcare and agribusiness.

Finally, the PO will discuss with the sector lead economies on how to continue the sectoral works as APEC’s follow-up projects. Any submission of such individual work plan may possibly be a part of the CTI’s agenda in 2017.

Project Overseers

Mr Jin KIM
Director of Multilateral Trade Cooperation Division   
Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy of Korea  
Tel: +82-44-203-5640, 5645
E-mail:  mtrade@korea.kr, jinkim5@korea.kr

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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