Project Title

APEC Online-to-Offline (020) Initiative - Unlease the Potential of SMEs through Digital Transformation for a Shared Future 

Project Year

2017   

Project Number

SME 01 2017A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

SME 01 2017A 

Project Title

APEC Online-to-Offline (020) Initiative - Unlease the Potential of SMEs through Digital Transformation for a Shared Future 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2017 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

141,075 

Co-funding Amount

237,900 

Total Project Value

378,975 

Sponsoring Forum

Small and Medium Enterprises Working Group (SMEWG) 

Topics

Small and Medium Enterprises 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Malaysia; Philippines; Chinese Taipei; Thailand; Viet Nam 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Indonesia; Japan; Korea; Mexico; Papua New Guinea; Peru; Russia; Singapore; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/06/2017 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2018 

Project Proponent Name 1

Sylvia Tseng Hsin-Yi 

Job Title 1

Section Chief, Policy Planning Division 

Organization 1

Small and Medium Enterprise Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs 

Postal Address 1

3rd Floor, No 95, Sec 2, Roosevelt Rd, Taipei 

Telephone 1

886-2 23662251 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

thy@moea.gov.tw 

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

Sylvia Tseng Hsin-Yi 

Project Summary

In response to APEC Leaders and Ministers’ instruction regarding digital economy in 2016 and the 2017 theme “Creating New Dynamism, Fostering a Shared Future”, this initiative, as the 3rd phase of the O2O Initiative, keeps aiming to bring in the latest knowledge of digital competitiveness and resilience, and show the APEC region that how SMEs can outcompete in the new era with rapid digital transformation and O2O application. With abovementioned goals, we are committed to continuously providing networking, showcasing and mentoring opportunity to the APEC startups and SMEs, facilitating their access to digital and physical global value chains (GVCs) and stimulating the dynamism of innovation in the Asia Pacific.

The phase 3 of 2018 focuses on “impact dissemination”. More than 600 stakeholders will be connected through hosting at least 1 SME O2O Summit in Chinese Taipei and co-hosting 4 SME O2O Fora and 4 Digital Resilience Training Workshops (a total of 9 serial events) with, but not limited to, co-proposing economies, Malaysia, Viet Nam, Thailand and the Philippines. Meanwhile, cross-fora/organizations and PPP collaboration are also adopted in this initiative. ABAC (CBET project), EPWG, CTI, HRDWG, international organizations (e.g. SEMI, ADRC, ADPC), leading MNCs (e.g. Trend Micro, Belfor), VCs and Angels will be engaged. The “Guidebook on Enhancing SME Digital Resilience” published in 2017 will also be used as main training material in the training workshops held in every partnered economy.

All in all, this capacity-building project aims to unleash the potential of startups and SMEs through enhancing digital competitiveness and resilience. With strong partnerships, we believe APEC can be the change we want to see in this digital era and create a shared future for our next generation.

Relevance

Relevance - APEC: Building upon the momentum gained from the former O2O initiatives, this phase 3 initiative targets on widely promoting the importance of digital competitiveness, resilience and transformation while SMEs doing business with new O2O model.

Nowadays, Digital Transformation is changing the world rapidly, creating generation shift by disruptive innovation and brings new business opportunities for SMEs in the future. The research of APEC PSU indicates the digital market is expected to grow 11% over next five years to 2020 (PSU 2017). Moreover, according PwC’s 20th CEO survey, 23% of CEOs consider strengthening the innovation in order to seize the new business opportunities. 15% of CEOs try to focus on building their digital and technology capabilities to increase their competitive ability in the future (PwC, 2017). Therefore, SMEs in APEC region will surely need to catch up with the trend of digital transformation to foster their digital competitiveness and resilience capacities to create new dynamism in the shared future.

As a result, this capacity building project will make further impact by cooperating with more than 4 economies to carry our 7+ serial capacity building events, benefitting APEC start-ups and SMEs to leverage the chance of digital transformation and establish digital competitiveness and resilience.

Relevance - Rank:

1) Information technology and digital economy, including e-commerce, ICT infrastructure and digital tradeThis initiative will strengthen SMEs’ digital competitiveness and resilience to accelerate the development of digital trade in the APEC region.

2) Strengthening innovation capacities and competitiveness of MSMEs and MSMEs insertion in GVCsIn order to participate in the global value chain, digital transformation can provide the necessary innovation and competitiveness power, which is also the target of this initiative.

3) Activities outlined in the Global Value Chains (GVCs) BlueprintThis initiative will enable developing economies to better participate in GVCs by enhancing their business continuity capacity in the digital age.

4) Supply Chain Connectivitythis initiative will enhance SMEs’ digital resilience by providing BCP training courses in order to secure the global supply and value chains.

5) Ease of Doing BusinessThis initiative targets to promote Digital transformation towards the APEC region, which will increase the convenience of doing cross-border business in a cost-effective and innovative way, making Asia-Pacific an Inclusive and innovative region.

Objectives

1) To serve as cross-border platform, providing networking, showcasing and mentoring resources for SMEs;

2) To disseminate the impact of O2O initiative by holding serial events in APEC region with Cross-Fora/Organizations and PPP collaboration; and

3) To release a report as "Featured Story of the SMEs Adopting Digital Transformation and O2O Application in the Asia Pacific".

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: This initiative aligns with the 2017 APEC theme, “Creating New Dynamism, Fostering a Shared Future”, with its 2 sub-themes, “Fostering Sustainable, Innovative and Inclusive Growth” and “Strengthening MSMEs’ Competitiveness and Innovation in the Digital Age”, where APEC O2O initiative is highlighted as one of the crucial initiatives. Besides, according to 2016 APEC Leaders and Ministers’ call on promoting the opportunities from digital economy as well as fostering more sustainable and inclusive economic growth, this initiative highly responses to the instructions above. Furthermore, it also responses to the “Boracay Action Agenda to Globalize MSMEs” and “Digital Economy Action Plan”, which urges the application of digital technology, so as to expand internationalization opportunities and GVC participation of SMEs. It also echoes the establishment of MSMEs Marketplace from “Iloilo Initiative”, aiming to grow global MSMEs for an inclusive development via Internet and digitalization.

Alignment - Forum: This initiative aligns with the priority areas and objectives of the SMEWG Strategic Plan 2017-2020.

For “Entrepreneurship, Innovation and the Internet and Digital Economy”, startups and SMEs will be invited to showcase their innovative O2O business model and extend their business by the Internet in the digital economy. “Guidebook on Enhancing SME Digital Resilience” is utilized to train the local trainers and help APEC SMEs building capabilities, so as to maintain the competitiveness in the digital economy.

For the priority area of “Market access for SMEs” and “Financing for business expansion and capability development”, this initiative serves as a cross-border platform where SMEs can expand their businesses globally, and have access to financing and mentoring from MNCs, VCs and Angel.

For the priority area of “Inclusive Business Ecosystems that Support SME Growth”, this initiative will keep on a close collaboration with partners from private sector, such as Trend Micro and Belfor, to support SMEs development with more essential resource infused. In addition, this initiative is also in line with the 2017 SMEWG Work Plan to increase MSMEs’ innovation capacities and competitiveness.

TILF/ASF Justification

As stated in the project summary, focusing on “impact dissemination”, this 2018 O2O initiative, the 3rd phase of APEC O2O initiatives, will engage more than 600 stakeholders through hosting at least 1 SME O2O Summit in Chinese Taipei and co-hosting 4 SME O2O Fora and 4 Digital Resilience Training Workshops with, but not limited to, co-proposing economies, Malaysia, Viet Nam, Thailand and the Philippines. Meanwhile, cross-fora/organizations and PPP collaboration are also adopted in this initiative. ABAC (CBET project), EPWG, CTI, HRDWG, international organizations (e.g. SEMI, ADRC, ADPC), leading MNCs (e.g. Trend Micro, Belfor), VCs and Angels will be engaged. “Guidebook on Enhancing SME Digital Resilience” published in 2017 will also be used as the main training material in the training workshops held in every partnered economy. 

There will be several approaches to engage APEC developing economies in the aforementioned work:

1)  APEC SME O2O Summit and Fora

The phase 3 of 2018 O2O initiative serves as a cross-border platform, with the focus on “impact dissemination”. More than 600 stakeholders will be connected through 5 serial events, including at least 1 SME O2O Summit held in Chinese Taipei and 4 SME O2O Fora co-hosted with 4 co-proposing economies. Serving as a stage to demonstrate their innovative ideas, and a tool to assist start-ups and SMEs to establish their digital innovation capacity, 4 fora are to be co-hosted with 4 co-proposing member economies. Targeting on collecting 50 O2O best practices to show their innovative business models, this initiative will invite 600 participants from all APEC economies to disseminate the impacts of O2O initiative in APEC. 

2)  APEC SME O2O Capacity Building: Expert Network and Digital Resilience Training Workshops

This initiative will bring international digital resilience experts to illustrate the importance and applications of digital resilience for SMEs by co-hosting the training workshop to “train the trainers” for member economies. The 4 training workshops are scheduled to be co-hosted with Thailand, Malaysia, Viet Nam, and the Philippines. 

3) APEC Cross-Fora collaboration and Public-Private-Partnership

This initiative will engage ABAC (CBET project), CTI, HRDWG, EPWG, ECSG and PPWE and promote cross-fora collaboration opportunities in the 9 serial events, initiative report circulation and initiative result sharing. APEC institutes, including APEC E-Commerce Business Alliance (ECBA), APEC SCMC and AAN, will also disseminate the outcomes of this initiative. Non-APEC stakeholders including ADPC, ADRC, Trend Micro, Belfor and SMEs/start-ups interested in O2O will also participate in the initiative by providing contributions and receiving solid supports of building digital competitiveness and resilience. 

4) Completion of a report—“Featured Story: the SMEs Adopting Digital Transformation and O2O Application in the Asia Pacific”

Aiming to increase the exposure of excellent innovative startups/SMEs participated in the serial events, and to strengthen the influences of this initiative, a project report contains the outputs of all events, related file, a collection of profiles depicting all the best practices will be issued.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The outputs can be described in short as a few numbers: The 3rd Phase of the O2O initiatives, 5 co-proposing economies, 9 serial events, 50 best practices, 600 participants, and 1 featured story.

9 serial events co-hosted by 5 economies and 1 featured story:

·  4 APEC SME O2O Fora and 1 Summit:

It is expected that the 5 serial events (1 summit, 4 fora, and 4 training workshops) will attract more than 600 participants. For the 4 SME O2O fora, it is expected to gather 100+ stakeholders and 7+ best practices respectively. In collaboration with Thailand, Forum I will be held in May. As for Forum II, cohosting with Malaysia, it will be conducted in July. While Forum III is to be co-hosted with Viet Nam in August, the Forum IV will be held in the Philippines in November.

To be held in Taipei in July 2018, in collaboration with private sectors (e.g. Trend Micro, Belfor, Mckinsey and etc.), it is expected that 2018 APEC O2O Summit will attract over 200+ participants and 22+ best practices.

·  4 Digital Resilience Training Workshops and The Expert Network:

The Expert Network will comprise of the experts specialized in enhancing SME digital competitiveness and resilience. The experts will be recommended by APEC economies, and project partners, such as Trend Micro, Belfor, ADRC, ADPC, etc. to essentially contribute to recommend speakers, outstanding SMEs/Start-ups to engage in this project through their social network.

Based on the 2016 O2O Guidebook that has incorporated best practices and guidelines of doing O2O business, the APEC SME Digital Competitiveness and Resilience Guidebook, which scheduled to be published on APEC Publication Database in 2017, is a more inclusive material that also includes the SMEs’ best practices in enhancing digital resilience. This guidebook is also to be utilized as the key teaching material for the O2O capacity building training workshops held in every partner economies.

These serial events will provide training and networking opportunities for APEC SMEs to showcase and enhance their Digital Competitiveness and Resilience. 

·  1 Featured Story: “The SMEs Adopting Digital Transformation and O2O Application in the Asia Pacific”

A report contains the outputs of the 9 serial events, related files, and a collection of profiles depicting the best practices will be issued, which aims to increase the exposure of excellent innovative startups/SMEs participated in these events, and to strengthen the influences of this 2018 O2O initiative. Experienced investors, experts and/or innovators will be involved in the selection process of best practices throughout the 5 events (4 forums and 1 summit).

Outcomes: 

For the private sector
, the medium-term goals­­— awareness of enhancing SME digital competiveness and resilience will be further strengthened so as to make more SMEs successfully engage in O2O businesses, which is a faster, cheaper and easier way to facilitate SMEs’ participation in global value chains as well as to increase growth in the digital economy. In addition, with a strong bond of PPP from MNCs, and supports from related international organizations and academia (e.g., USC-Marshall School of Business, the intensive research of cross-border e-commerce in APEC & Mckinsey’s digital resilience research) as mentioned in item 5, these stakeholders can also better connect with the outstanding APEC SMEs and explore more business cooperation opportunities, which is a good way to enable digital innovation and/or strengthen start-up eco-system in the long run. 

For the public sector, public sector’s limited capacities can be supplemented by utilizing PPP. Transplanting innovation power from private sector can improve public service and operational efficiency, so as better meet the growing demand for nurturing SMEs’ digital competiveness and resilience. 

This project will also enable a better understanding of how to facilitate the integration of global value chains for SMEs through O2O promotion and digital resilience planning. 

Policy makers in APEC economies can assist SMEs to survive and succeed in digital economy, as well as to design their own long-term policies and strategies by utilizing the APEC SME Digital Competitiveness and Resilience Guidebook, which is published in 2017 on the APEC publication database. 

Beneficiaries:

1) SMEs and start-ups are definitely the direct beneficiaries of this initiative, as knowledge and understandings on how to utilize O2O new business model and how to be well prepared for cyber threats will be gained. By participating in these events, SMEs/start-ups will be equipped with capacities and skills required for their participation in the digital economy and global value chains. The participation of both business owners and representatives of the organization, with no prerequisite experience required, are expected. (e.g. OurCityLove Social Enterprise Taiwan).  

2) Women entrepreneurs could have their business opportunities developed by adopting successful O2O business patterns outside the traditional workplace environments. Women will be well prepared for doing O2O business through engaging in this digital competiveness and resilience initiative. Individual women entrepreneurs, with no prerequisite experience required, are expected to participate in these events. 

3) APEC Policy makers and governments such as APEC Leaders, Ministers, SME Ministers and officers of related departments, with no prerequisite experience required, such will benefit from the dissemination of the Digital Competitiveness and Resilience Guidebook that is designed to equip SMEs with skills required for their survival and success in the digital economy, and hence may initiate public policies for SMEs to broaden their knowledge and understandings of digital resilience.

4) Related large multinational corporations (MNCs) seeking external innovation through SMEs/ start-ups may be the beneficiaries as they will have opportunities to have meetings with the owners of these promising newly established companies after the pitches or demonstrations. (e.g. Trend Micro, Belfor).

Dissemination

A report “Featured Story: the SMEs Adopting Digital Transformation and O2O Application in the Asia Pacific”, which includes all the outputs of the all events and related documents, will be distributed in SMEWG and other related APEC fora and meetings, through (1) private sector partners and project advisory board’s network; (2) the APEC SCMC website and Facebook fan page (APEC SME Monitor, https://www.facebook.com/APECSMEMonitor/), which is maintained by the project team, for easier and cheaper access; (3) APEC MSME Marketplace being developed by the SMEWG. The “Featured Story: the SMEs Adopting Digital Transformation and O2O Application in the Asia Pacific” is expected to be published on APEC Publications Database, if there is no any issue raised by member economies. 

The target audience of the project includes stakeholders from AAN, BCP and O2O network and SMEs interested in doing and securing their business through digital mechanism. The outputs of this project will also be presented during regular APEC meetings (e.g., SOM, CTI, SMEWG, EPWG, ABAC and etc.) and will be disseminated by the private sector partners’ (e.g., Trend Micro, Belfor, SEMI and so forth) network.

Gender

It is agreed that the gender balance in implementing projects can facilitate in-depth discussions and innovative thinking. To ensure the participation rate of both men and women, at least 40% of the 600 expected participants has to be female, which is 10% higher than average women’s participation rate in most APEC projects. 

This project is also beneficial to women entrepreneurs. The O2O commerce provides women entrepreneurs with increasing business opportunities. Through their participation in this digital competiveness and resilience project, women entrepreneurs will be better prepared for digital economy and doing O2O businesses.

Work Plan

Month/Year

Activities

December 2017-

March 2018

1. Formation of event including agenda setting and other initial discussion meetings.

2. Building connection for Cross-Fora collaboration and PPP Support.

3. Drafting the plan to include all economies to join our APEC SME O2O serial fora.

April 2018

1. Update the O2O Expert Network for this phase 3 initiatives.

May 2018

1. To co-host the SME O2O forum with Thailand. (100+ participants, 7+ best practices) (The forum will be held and organised in and by Thailand.)

2. To co-hold the APEC Digital Resilience Training Workshop in Thailand.

July 2018

1. To co-host the SME O2O forum with Malaysia. (100+ participants, 7+ best practices) (The forum will be held and organised in and by Malaysia.)

2. To co-hold the APEC Digital Resilience Training Workshop in Malaysia.

July 2018

1. To host the 2018 APEC O2O Summit in Chinese Taipei.(200+ participants, 22+ best practices) (The Summit will be held and organised in and by Chinese Taipei.)

2. To draft the report of “Featured Story”.

August 2018

1. To co-host the SME O2O forum with Viet Nam. (100+ participants, 7+ best practices) (The forum will be held and organised in and by Viet Nam.)

2. To co-hold the APEC Digital Resilience Training Workshop in Viet Nam.

November 2018

1. To co-host the SME O2O forum with the Philippines. (100+ participants, 7+ best practices) (The forum will be held and organised in and by the Philippines.)

2. To will co-hold the APEC Digital Resilience Training Workshop in the Philippines.

December

1. Release the report of “Featured Story”.  

2. Project assessment & impact dissemination

Risks

1) Low interests in joining Capacity Building Summit and Fora: There may be a risk of low participation rate in the Summit and Fora. If the publicity effectiveness were not as expected, social media would be used to attract more participants. For example, through channels such as APEC SMEWG, project’s official website, Facebook fan page and stakeholders’ social networks. The participation of the fora is critical for this project. For this, the project origination team will contact the stakeholders in the early stage of the project implementation through the previous well-built connections such as AAN and BCP network to confirm and secure the target stakeholders’ engagements in this project.

2) Difficulties in collecting best practices of SME digital resilience: Since that digital resilience is a newly emerging concept to SMEs, it is possible that less good cases could be collected than O2O best practices. For this, we will consult with the APEC expert network, especially with Mckinsey’s digital resilience research team, PwC, Belfor, Trend Micro and other related institutions to ensure that the best practices can be well identified.

Monitoring and Evaluation

This initiative is a cross-border platform by co-hosting the fora with 4 co-proposing member economies to assist start-ups and SMEs to establish their digital innovation capacity and serve as a stage to demonstrate their innovation. This initiative targets on collecting 50 O2O best practices to show their innovative business model, and inviting 600 participants from all APEC economies to disseminate the impacts of O2O initiative in APEC. However, not only the opportunities exist, but the risks are also as a critical issue in digital era. This initiative will bring the international digital resilience experts to illustrate the importance and applications of digital resilience for SMEs by co-hosting the training workshop to train-the-trainer for member economies. Meanwhile, in order to keep encouraging woman and youth entrepreneurs to build their business, this initiative will also set measurable targets including gender and youth indicators aiming to ensure 40% of the 50 best practices that are contributed by woman entrepreneurs with a further target of 80% being led by young entrepreneurs.

Linkages

1) Cross-Fora Linkages: CTI, HRDWG, EPWG, ECSG and PPWE will be actively engaged to promote cross-fora collaboration in five serial events, initiative report circulation and initiative result sharing.

APEC institutes, including APEC E-Commerce Business Alliance (ECBA), APEC SCMC and AAN, will also disseminate the outcomes of this initiative. 

2) PPP Linkages: ABAC (CBET project) and Non-APEC stakeholders including ADPC, ADRC, Trend Micro, Belfor, O2O commerce platforms, and SMEs/start-ups interested in O2O will also participate in the initiative by providing contributions and receiving solid supports of building digital competitiveness and resilience. 

Previous work: This project is based on the momentum of our previous work - AAN initiative and BCP promotion.

Through AAN initiative, we found that digital economy and trade bring huge business opportunities and benefits for SMEs and APEC startup ecosystem is taking shape. Evidently, the early-stage investment ecosystem in Asia has been improved (e.g. VC investment increased from 6 billion to 40 billion and 55% were early-stage investments according to CB Insight 2016.) Secondly, O2O model is providing huge business opportunities for SMEs, for instance, 80% of VC investment deal flow in Asia was to Internet and Mobile companies and over 90% of the finalists of APEC Challenge are also O2O start-ups and gained high-growth.

Regarding BCP promotion, we realize that as stated in item 1, lacking the awareness and capability of digital security make SMEs the “sweet-spot” for cyber attackers and further cause the disruption of global supply and value chains. Therefore, enhancing digital resilience for SMEs should be one of the key roadmaps of BCP in the future.

Learning from the previous experience—our O2O initiative Phase 1and 2, we conclude that: 1) To optimize the conducive digital innovation environment; 2) To enhance digital competitiveness and resilience; 3) To capitalize on O2O opportunities for innovative start-ups and SMEs are the next steps to further increase economic growth and access to regional and global market for SMEs. 

APEC’s comparative advantage: In the e-commerce and entrepreneurship development territory, APEC has long been a pioneer of leading the world towards a more innovative and advanced business environment. Moreover, APEC has been continuously served as the resource provider, policy recommender, and regional collaboration promoter in this territory. Hence, for the emerging issues like Digital Competitiveness and Resilience, APEC is the best source to carry out this project since public and private partnership and its highly esteemed value and regional collaboration are the  core competence of APEC.

Sustainability

This phase 3 of 2018 O2O initiative focuses on “impact dissemination”. enhance SMEs’ Digital Competitiveness and Resilience to facilitate their access to global supply and value chains, creating more opportunities for them in the future. The “APEC SME Digital Competitiveness and Resilience Guidebook” will be provided to SMEs as a reference in doing O2O business and utilized as the main training material in the 4 workshops. 

The O2O initiative comprises a 4-year framework (2016-2019). For the first two years, 2016-2017, the focus is collecting knowledge and best practices to develop the “APEC SME Digital Competitiveness and Resilience Guidebook” that will enhance digital competitiveness and resilience for SMEs in APEC economies; In the third year—2018, APEC Digital Resilience Training Workshops are designed and tailored specifically to equip SMEs with the skills required to thrive in a rapidly changing digital economy; and in 2019, the final year of the initiative, a High-level meeting is scheduled to be held for effective disseminations of experience and knowledge learned from the implementation of the four-year initiatives. To further benefit SMEs in the whole APEC region from building their capacity in digitalization, member economies are to be invited to hold more O2O training programs in digital capacity building. 

In light of previous projects—AAN and BCP, as a SME capacity building initiative, our next step in 2018 will be providing “Train-the-Trainer training programs” through the utilization of “APEC SME Digital Competitiveness and Resilience Guidebook”, along with networking and showcasing platforms tailored for APEC innovative SMEs/start-ups. 

For the measurement of progress on the outcomes and impacts, follow-up survey or interviews will be conducted to monitor the private sector stakeholders’ business developments. For public sectors, to see the policy change within the APEC region, we will conduct a brief survey to know the policy change of all member economies on the issues of O2O business and the enhancement of SME digital competitiveness and resilience.

Project Overseers

The PO will be Ms. Sylvia Hsin-Yi Tseng (Tel: +886-2-2366-2251, Email: thy@moea.gov.tw ) Section Chief, Policy Planning Division, Policy Planning Division at SMEA, MOEA.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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