Project Title

Promoting the Use of Economic Evidence for more Effective Competition Policy and Market Functioning 

Project Year

2017   

Project Number

EC 02 2017A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EC 02 2017A 

Project Title

Promoting the Use of Economic Evidence for more Effective Competition Policy and Market Functioning 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Renewed APEC Agenda on Structural Reform (RAASR) 

Project Year

2017 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

143,634 

Co-funding Amount

15,683 

Total Project Value

159,317 

Sponsoring Forum

Economic Committee (EC) 

Topics

Structural Reform 

Committee

Economic Committee (EC) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Viet Nam 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Japan; Malaysia; Papua New Guinea; Peru 

Expected Start Date

01/05/2017 

Expected Completion Date

31/05/2018 

Project Proponent Name 1

Nguyen Anh Duong 

Job Title 1

Deputy Director in-charge 

Organization 1

Department for Macroeconomic and Integration Studies, Central Institute for Economic Management, Ministry of Planning and Investment 

Postal Address 1

68 Phan Dinh Phung Str., Ha Noi, Viet Nam 

Telephone 1

84-8044204 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

aduong@mpi.gov.vn; anhduong510@yahoo.com 

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

Nguyen Anh Duong 

Project Summary

EC and CPLG have recently renewed efforts to promote the effectiveness of competition policy and market functioning in the APEC region. Competition policy is a focus of structural reforms in developing APEC economies like Vietnam - which lag behind in terms of capacity and legal framework, especially regarding use of economic evidence. Failure to appropriately recognize and make use of economic evidence may challenge the enforcement of competition policy in Vietnam, since competition agency could have even greater difficulty in generating direct evidence on competition cases.

Vietnam proposes a one-year project on “Promoting the use of economic evidence for more effective competition policy and market functioning”. The key activities are trainings for local competition agencies in Vietnam on using economic evidence in their works, a policy dialogue at EC Plenary to share experiences on promoting use of economic evidence in APEC, and preparing a policy note on such use.

Relevance

Competition policy is a key workhorse in modern economic policy as well as in sustaining economic growth. It seeks to ensure that firms supply products at the lowest costs, and that market discipline will ensure the most efficient producers and deter inefficient ones. On that basis, competition policy lays the essential foundation for consumer-oriented economic regime. It is therefore important for competition authorities to understand economics of competition and emerging competition issues. In a related aspect, enhancing the availability and quality of evidentiary support is also essential to ensure strict enforcement of competition policy. 

In recent years, APEC has made significant efforts and support for promoting the effectiveness of competition policy and market functioning in the APEC region. A number of APEC-wide initiatives and economy-based measures have been undertaken, which sought to enhance efficient of markets, i.e. the APEC New Strategy for Structural Reform (ANSSR) for 2011-2015, the Renewed APEC Agenda for Structural Reform (RAASR) for 2016-2020, “Competition Week” with a series of workshops on competition policy issues in 2017, etc. 

Meanwhile, competition authorities in the APEC region remain uneven in terms of knowledge, tenure, and experience in dealing with actual competition cases. The more recently established competition authorities in developing APEC economies like Vietnam appear to lag behind other developed competition authorities in terms of knowledge and legal framework. The use of economic evidence in competition cases presents an area where Vietnam needs meaningful efforts to improve. Since the competition authority in Vietnam often encounters difficulty in collecting direct evidence, even information from major enterprises, popularizing and making use of economic evidence may prove to be helpful. However, economic evidence is not yet legally recognized in Vietnam’s handling of competition cases, while inadequate preparation of capacity to use such evidence poses another concern. Thus, promoting use of economic evidence has been identified in Vietnam’s individual action plan (IAP) to implement RAASR as one of the top priorities. 

Vietnam proposes to implement a one-year project on “Promoting the use of economic evidence for more effective competition policy and market functioning”. The key activities are: (i) two workshops (each of 2.5 days) to train local competition agencies in Vietnam on the use of economic evidence in competition cases; (ii) a policy dialogue on the margin of EC2 in Ho Chi Minh city in August 2017 to share experiences on using economic evidence in APEC, with participation of speakers, EC representatives and other officials responsible for competition policy issues in APEC member economies; and (iii) preparation of a policy note to promote use of economic evidence for competition cases in APEC region. Sharing knowledge and information on the Project’s outcomes and results will benefit other developing economies in APEC region that face similar situations and contribute to APEC’s ultimate objective of a more inclusive and sustainable growth in the region. 

Aiming to help implement a prioritized action in Vietnam’s IAP for RAASR, this Project fits well with Rank 1 of the APEC Funding Criteria for 2017, which gives priority to structural reform (including RAASR). Targeting capacity to use economic evidence in competition cases, the Project is also linked with Rank 2 of the 2017 Funding Criteria, which aims at balanced growth via macro-economic coordination and information sharing.

Objectives

1) To provide practical trainings for relevant officials and regulators in local provinces of Vietnam, aiming at enhancing their capacity of using economic evidence in dealing with competition cases and formulating competition policy;

2) To build capacity for developing economies through sharing experiences and knowledge on using economic evidences to handle competition cases in APEC economies; and

3) To support the improvement and enforcement of regulations over competition policy in Viet Nam.

Alignment

This Project is in line with the broad priority of APEC’s Principles to enhance competition and regulatory reform endorsed by APEC ministers in 1999. The 2016 Lima Declaration by APEC Economic Leaders reaffirms APEC’s aspirations toward quality growth via promoting competitive markets, encouraging economic and technical cooperation, and facilitating a favorable and sustainable business environment. The Project also falls under priorities of APEC’s Renewed APEC Agenda for Structural Reforms (RAASR) for the period of 2016-2020, of which the 1st pillar is to focus on a more open, well-functioning, transparent and competitive markets. In particular, the Project helps implement the identified measures in Vietnam’s IAP to Implement RAASR in 2016-2020, especially the promotion of economic evidences for competition cases, as well as ensuring competitive neutrality between SOEs and private enterprises. 

The Project also falls under the Economic Committee (EC)’s priority on structural reforms as indicated in its continuous efforts and initiatives on such issue, namely the Leaders' Agenda to Implement Structural Reform 2010 (LAISR), APEC New Strategy for Structural Reform (ANSSR), and the current RAASR. In its agenda, the EC has paid significant interests on promoting, protecting and preserving competitive processes to enhance consumer welfare and improve market functioning via both competition policies and decision making process. The Competition Policy and Law Group (CPLG) frequently facilitates discussions on respective competition policies and laws; challenges to competition policy and competition advocacy efforts.

TILF/ASF Justification

The Project seeks fund from RAASR sub-fund under the APEC Support Fund, which supports capacity-building needs for APEC developing economies in implementing RAASR for the period of 2016-2020. 

Promoting a sound competitive environment for all business and investment activities is the essential factor to develop a market economy, which contributes to a sustainable growth. Meanwhile, some APEC developing economies, including Vietnam, remain at earlier stages of establishing and enforcing competition policy relative to other developed economies in the APEC regions. Shortcomings of developing economies pertains not only to insufficient competence of authorized competition bodies in terms of knowledge/understanding of theoretical aspects of competition policy, but also practical skills, including using economic evidence in the decision-making process of formulating competition regulations and settling competitive non-neutrality cases, etc. Also, newly-emerged issues related to competition policy are inadequately acknowledged by competition authorities and/or regulators in these developing economies. 

As such, with the above-mentioned objectives, this project aims to achieve, among others, better and more even understanding, acknowledgement and utilization of economic evidence in competition policy formulation and enforcement. Within the project, officials responsible for competition policy in Vietnam will participate in trainings on regulations, enforcement and related issues of using economic evidence. Such trainings will also engage speakers from more advanced APEC economies. The Policy Dialogue – titled “Sharing Experiences on Use of Economic Evidences for Competition Cases” - within EC2 in Ho Chi Minh city (in August 2017) will foster further sharing of knowledge, best practices and experiences from advanced APEC economies to developing APEC economies, thereby contributing to enhancing capacity of the latters

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: Expected outputs of the Project include:

·  A policy note for policymakers in Vietnam and APEC;

·  A Policy dialogue at EC Plenary meeting on the margin of SOM2, 2017;

·  2 capacity building workshops (each of 2.5 days) which target two different and non-overlapping sets of local agencies and officials of Viet Nam;

·  Brief presentation of outcomes of the Project at the CPLG and EC meetings on the margin of SOM1 in 2018; and

·  A project report to be submitted to CPLG, EC and SOM, covering key issues, messages and implications of Project.

Outcomes: Expected outcomes of the project include:

·  Improvement of awareness, skills and knowledge of decision-making authorities, regulators and competition-enforcers in Vietnam in using economic evidence to settle competition-related cases and formulate/develop competition legal framework; and

·  Experiences, best practices and knowledge on improving competition framework are shared among APEC member economies, especially from more advanced economies to Vietnam and other developing economies in the region. 

Beneficiaries: Beneficiaries of this project include those directly/indirectly involved in competition enforcement and policy formulation in Vietnam and other developing APEC economies (including competition agencies, national statistics offices, research institutions, think-tanks, etc.). For each of the two training workshops, direct beneficiaries comprise of 30 representatives from the Vietnam Competition Agency (VCA), Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), Supreme People’s Courts, districts courts, the National Assembly, Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI), Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT), provincial Departments of Industry and Trade, etc. Given the large number of potential beneficiaries in Vietnam, the workshops will be designed in a way to ensure wide and non-overlapping participation. Vietnam’s representative to the Competition Policy and Law Group under the APEC Economic Committee will also be involved in the project. Expert speakers from competition authority in advanced APEC economies and international institutions will also be invited to the Policy Dialogue of the EC for such a sharing purpose. 

APEC and non-APEC economies will also benefit from the sharing of knowledge and experiences on the use of economic evidence in competition-related issues. For the policy dialogue within EC2 in Ho Chi Minh city (August 2017), the Project Overseer will attempt to invite participation – on a self-funded basis - of officials responsible for competition policy issues in APEC member economies, via respective EC representatives of those member economies. The Project Overseer will also work with EC members to facilitate presentations at the policy dialogue - on related experiences and/or issues with using economic evidences - by officials from APEC developing economies, if any. Training materials and the project’s outcomes/results will be shared with relevant stakeholders to support the competition advocacy and enforcement, which may help identify follow-up working agenda of the EC and CPLG.

Dissemination

All outputs of this project will be communicated to the EC as well as the SOM. The Project Overseer will also make a brief presentation on the project outcome during EC1 2018. The project output (including materials, policy note) will also be submitted to APEC (and especially through EC) to be published in APEC website. The Project Overseer will ensure that the policy note goes through a professional proofreading process before submission.

In parallel, the project output will be communicated to relevant authorities in Vietnam (such as the Vietnam Competition Agency, MOIT, MOJ, Courts, Government, Business Forum, VCCI, etc.), and will be posted on the website of the Central Institute for Economic Management of Vietnam for public reference.

Gender

The project will be implemented with an appropriate consideration on gender equity to ensure that there is no discrimination against women. During the planning stages, the Project Overseer - in consultation with the supporting team - will seek to achieve gender balance in the selection of speakers and participants. In the invitation to participating economies, they could be asked to consider providing gender balance in nominating participants. 

From the CIEM’s perspective as the implementing organization, the supporting team for the project will incorporate a reasonable proportion of female staffs. This has been an advantage since the CIEM has quite equal numbers of male and female staffs with competency. These steps ensure that all activities of the project will be carried out in a gender-neutral manner. The Project activities should therefore benefit both men and women as stakeholders equally.

Work Plan

June/July 2017: Identification of speakers/experts from APEC economies for the workshops and policy dialogue. Invitation extended to speakers/experts. Recruitment of consultant to prepare policy note.

August 2017: Policy dialogue on the use of economic evidence for promoting more effective competition policy and market functioning will be scheduled during SOM3 APEC 2017 in Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam). Local and international experts/speakers will be invited to take part in the event.

September 2017: The first training workshop (of 2.5 days) for 30 officials of competition agencies, regulators, judges and prosecutors from the Vietnam Competition Agency (VCA), Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), Supreme People’s Courts, districts courts, the National Assembly, Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI), Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT), provincial Departments of Industry and Trade.The first training workshop will be held in Vietnam.

November 2017: The second training workshop (of 2.5 days) for 30 officials of competition agencies, regulators, judges and prosecutors from the VCA, VCCI, Supreme People’s Courts, districts courts, the National Assembly, MPI, MOIT, provincial Departments of Industry and Trade. The second training workshop will be held in Vietnam. Participants in the second workshop must be different from those attending the first one.

February 2018: Presentation on the outcomes/results of the Project will be delivered at EC1 on the margin of SOM1 APEC 2018 in Papua New Guinea. Submission of policy note for comments.

May 2018:  Submission of Project Report and policy note for endorsement

Risks

Estimated Date

Activity

Output

Risk

Management of Risk

EC Policy Dialogue

June-July 2017

Invite/confirm speakers

Speakers, participants invited and confirmed

A policy dialogue within EC2 is not approved (Moderate risk)

Project overseer will gather support from different economies.

Unavailability of speakers/experts (low risk)

Work closely with co-sponsors and stakeholders to identify several alternatives of experts

Capacity Building Workshops

July-August 2017; September-October 2017

Invite/confirm speakers

Speakers, participants invited and confirmed

Unavailability of speakers (low risk)

Work closely with co-sponsors and stakeholders to identify several alternatives of experts

July-August 2017; September-October 2017

Invite participants

Participants invited and confirmed

Low profile of nominated participants (Low risk)

Work closely with relevant authorities and develop feasible criteria to ensure relevance and quality of participants.

August 2017; November 2017

Collect workshop materials

Collection of presentations

Not all speakers provide presentations in a timely manner (Low risk)

Project overseers and co-organizers to work closely with speakers to ensure timely submission.

August 2017; November 2017

Conduct workshops

Workshops conducted

Participants/speakers do not show up or cancel at last minute (Low risk)

Project overseers will be in close contact with speakers and participants throughout the process to minimize any last minute cancelations.

August 2017; November 2017

Submit the policy note

Policy note submitted

The submission of the policy note is delayed

Project overseer will closely monitor the progress of the policy note to avoid late submission.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Indicators to measure the progress include:

·  Evaluation by targeted participants and speakers/experts on the outcomes/results of the two 2.5-day training workshops. Each workshop will tentatively have at least 40 participants, including funded participants and speakers (from outside of venue city), self-funded officials from venue city, as well as self-funded staff of the Central Institute for Economic Management. The information will be collected using questionnaires to be distributed at the workshops, covering awareness of economic evidences in competition policy before and after the workshop, special skills and/or knowledge acquired after the workshop, open questions on what can be done to popularize use of economic evidence in Vietnam, and quality assessments of speakers and logistical preparations for each of the workshops.

·  A policy dialogue to be held during EC2 in August 2017 to discuss relevant issues. This Policy Dialogue is expected to have four speakers, and contributory presentations by 2-3 economies, and around 80 participants (including all EC representatives and officials responsible for competition policy issues in member economies).

·  A policy note on experiences with promoting use of economic evidences to handle competition cases and implications for Vietnam (and potentially other developing APEC economies). This policy note will be distributed to all members of EC and CPLG.

·  Training materials, outcome/results of the projects will be shared to relevant authorities in Vietnam other APEC economies and communicated to EC and other APEC’s fora.

.  The selection of the Project’s staff, consultants and participants in the training workshops and policy dialogue will take appropriate consideration of gender equality.

Linkages

As mentioned above, this Project fits with the priority of APEC to implement the RAASR for 2016-2020, which prioritizes the development of open and competitive markets.  Also, this Project presents an attempt to complement the various activities of EC and CPLG on competition policy in APEC. In details, the Project builds on APEC-funded projects of Vietnam on competition-related issues, namely Building capacity for enhancing competitive neutrality to support price liberalization for essential products in Vietnam (in 2015), Economics of Competition Policy (in 2017). Also, the Project is developed from other APEC member activities, including training courses on competition policy (initiated by Indonesia, Japan, the Philippines, etc.); the Russia-led survey in 2012 on Information Exchange on Competition in APEC Region; Peruvian seminar on International Experience regarding the Role of Leniency Programs in the Repression of Anticompetitive Conducts – Highlighting its Effectiveness in the Fight against Cartels (in 2016), the project on Promoting Competition International Best Practices to Implement ANSSR Goals (led by the US in 2016) and the APEC-EC competition week during SOM1 APEC 2017 held in Vietnam with a series of activities on competition theme, including the workshop on Economics of Competition Policy (led by Vietnam, with a session on Use of Economic Evidence), workshop on Investigative Power of Competition Agencies (led by Peru), Using Competition Assessments to Eliminate Barriers to Trade and Commerce in Goods and Services (led by the US), etc. The project also takes advantage of Roundtable discussion on Competitive Neutrality (led by Australia with presentations by Vietnam and Chinese Taipei) in EC1 of 2013 and the Policy dialogue on New Approaches to Competition Policy in EC1 of 2017. 

Moreover, many sub-fora within CTI will benefit from the Project as competition law enforcement authorities may take the opportunity to improve their capacity to handle competition-related issues and continue to be important advocates for increasing competition in the market sectors addressed within the CTI (for instance enhancing the enforcement of competition policy in trade-investment and business activities). 

Given this Project’s potential contribution to implementing RAASR and sharing of experiences in using economic evidences for competition cases – the strength of various advanced APEC economies, APEC would be the most appropriate institution to fund this project. The project outputs will help promote more balanced, inclusive, and sustainable growth in each individual economy as well as the APEC region. Ultimately, it can promote the achievement of the Bogor goal of free and open trade and investment in the APEC region.

Sustainability

As mentioned above, targeted participants of the Project are governmental officials who are directly or indirectly involved in the competition policy formulation and enforcement in Vietnam. Also, invited speakers have been working in the field of competition for many years, and some of them are from advanced economies and international institutions that have developed high competency in using economic evidence in competition-related issues, thus own rich knowledge and experience in their professional areas. During the two training workshops, sufficient time will be assigned for discussion and experience sharing on actual cases among participants and speakers. For such reasons, throughout this Project, competition experts will engage officials (including local and international officials, experts and/or academic entities, etc.) in a learning process to develop their better understanding and/or knowledge of utilizing economic evidence for a more effective competition policy formulation and enforcement. 

The room for enhancing project impacts is ample, given that it contents will cover both theoretical aspects of competition-related issues (such as the economic mechanism of competition cases, merger, cartels, etc.) and practical ones, which focus on the use of economic evidence. The Project workshop will incorporate the approach of “Training the Trainers” to enable regulatory officials to subsequently conduct similar courses within local line agencies. The Central Institute for Economic Management will coordinate with Vietnam Competition Authority to incorporate follow-up trainings on use of economic evidence – in line with the preparation for amended Competition Law which is scheduled for approval in late 2017. Funding for such follow-up trainings may come from the State budget, the justification for which would be assumed by the Central Institute for Economic Management together with Vietnam Competition Authority. As a result, people involved in the project can apply such information and/or knowledge/skills in their daily works and disseminate them to their colleges at workplaces. As an instance, regulators of competition policy may take the training workshops as an opportunity to enhance their skills of using economic evidence in the competition-related decision making process. 

Broader opportunity to disseminate the project’s results to non-participants will be carried out afterwards via the submission of the project’s outputs to competition authorities in Vietnam and EC and SOM, or the sharing of the Project information and materials via APEC and CIEM’s websites. Relevant officials/agencies from other APEC economies, in particular developing ones, may obtain useful contacts and information from the project overseer, speakers and other participants, which may be useful for enhancing the formulation and enforcement of competition policy in their economies in the future. 

As a government think-tank in Vietnam, CIEM will take further actions to deepen the positive impacts of the project’s outputs and outcomes in order to enhance capacity of competition enforcement authorities and/or officials in Vietnam. After the project conclusion, CIEM will continue to play a role as a focal point of technical support for those who are seeking for consultation and information related to the use of economic evidence in competition policy. CIEM will maintain and develop a close connection with VCA, MOIT, courts, etc., the most important bodies involved in the formulation and enforcement of competition policy to promote the using of economic-evidence based approach. In addition, CIEM acknowledges the need of own actions to promote the cooperation with other agencies to disseminate the project’s outputs and outcomes as well as further enhance capacity of competition authorities through seeking for other source of funds (from both state and foreign sources). CIEM’s prestige, both domestically and internationally, as a think-tank for the Government of Vietnam, will be its advantage in conducting such initiatives.

Project Overseers

NGUYEN Anh Duong
Deputy Director in charge
Department for Macroeconomic Policy and Integration Studies, Central Institute for Economic Management, Ministry of Planning and Investment

Postal address:  68 Phan Dinh Phung Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel:  (+84)-84-8044204 (O) or (+84)-912610153 (M)      
E-mail:  anhduong510@yahoo.com; aduong@mpi.gov.vn

Mr. NGUYEN is currently Vietnam’s representative to the Economic Committee of APEC where he acts as the coordinator of the Friends-of-the-Chair (FotC) group on Corporate Law and Governance. He also leads Vietnam’s structural reform under APEC framework. He has led three APEC-funded projects, namely the Capacity Building Program to Improve Appraisals of Public Investment Projects in Vietnam (in 2013), Building Capacity for Enhancing Competitive Neutrality to Support Price Liberalization for Essential Products in Vietnam (in 2015) and the Economics of Competition Policy (in 2017).

Mr. Nguyen Anh Duong holds a Bachelor of Economics and a Master of Economics, both from the Australian National University (Australia). He joined the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) right after his graduation in 2004. With strong background in economics and econometric techniques, he has conducted (and led) various research papers and publications on Vietnam’s trade, investment and macroeconomic policies, and integration. With extensive knowledge, good connection and enthusiasm, he will help ensure successful implementation of the projects.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Scope of work of short-term clerical staff:

·  To be responsible for administrative and accounting works for the Project.

·  To collect all Reimbursement Claims and invoices from all other Contractors; to check and ensure the accuracy and compliance of such documents before the submission to the Project Overseer and APEC Secretariat for approval.

·  To support other Contractors in preparing and submitting all Reimbursement Claims and invoices.

·  To communicate with the Project Overseer and his supporting staff before/during/after the course of the Project’s activities to address any arising issues related to timely and quality provision of above services.

·  To undertake appropriate behavior in harmony with other contractors which may be recruited by the APEC Secretariat and/or the Project Overseer during the implementation of the Project.

Scope of work of contractor:

·  To review experiences of selected APEC economies (the choice of which requires consultation with the Project Overseer) on promoting the use of economic evidence;

·  To discuss with relevant agencies in Vietnam on the importance, issues and challenges in using economic evidences for competition cases;

·  To prepare a policy note on the experiences with promoting use of economic evidences to handle competition cases and implications for Vietnam (and potentially other developing APEC economies);

·  To communicate with the Project Overseer and his supporting staff before/during/after the course of the activity to address any arising issues related to timely and quality provision of above services;

.  To undertake appropriate behavior in harmony with APEC Secretariat, the Project Overseer, and other relevant stakeholders during the implementation of the contractor.

Waivers

As governmental regulators and ministries are key parties involved in the enforcement of competition policy, which involve the use of economic evidence in dealing with competition-related issues, waiver to allow these officials to travel and participate in the designed workshops is requested.

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