Project Title

Workshop on Sustainable and Inclusive Investment Policies within the APEC Region 

Project Year

2018   

Project Number

IEG 01 2018 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

IEG 01 2018 

Project Title

Workshop on Sustainable and Inclusive Investment Policies within the APEC Region 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

General Project Account 

Sub-fund

None 

Project Year

2018 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

130,000 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

130,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Investment Experts Group (IEG) 

Topics

Investment 

Committee

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Papua New Guinea 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Chile; Japan; New Zealand; Philippines 

Expected Start Date

01/06/2018 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2018 

Project Proponent Name 1

Kamis Yalakun 

Job Title 1

Acting Manager Investment Promotions 

Organization 1

Investment Promotion Authority 

Postal Address 1

P O Box 5053, Boroko, National Capital District, Papua New Guinea 

Telephone 1

675 3084531 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

kyalakun@ipa.gov.pg 

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

Kamis Yalakun 

Project Summary

The 2017 Leaders’ Declarationcalled foraction to promote sustainable, innovative and inclusive growth, deepen regional economic integration and realize the full potential of the business sector, particularly micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs). The 2016 Lima Declaration emphasized commitment to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and the role of investment in delivering economic growth, job creation and essential infrastructure. 

This proposal for a two-day workshop to be hosted on the margins of SOM3 2018 in Port Moresby, is intended to invite key government officials from APEC member economies andexperts from international organizations, enterprises and academiato establishdialogue and share views and expertise on the formulation and implementation of sustainable and inclusive investment promotion, facilitation and retention strategies that will contribute towards inclusive growth and improving people’s standard of living. The resulting policy options and good practices will be included in an outcome report to be shared with the APEC membership.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: UNCTAD World Investment Report 2017 revealed that APEC received 53% of world FDI inflows in 2016 and 80% of this went to just five of the 21 economies.[1] Aside from attracting investment, policies need to be aimed at attracting and retaining sustainable investment, which can be thought of as“commercially viable investment that makes a maximum contribution to the economic, social and environmental development of host economies and takes place in the framework of fair governance mechanisms”[2]

The UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals call for governments to build inclusive and sustainable development strategies into their domestic development plans. UNCTAD encourages economies to ensure that the global policy environment remains conducive to investment in sustainable development. As for APEC, designing sustainable and inclusive investment policies within the region is one of the key approaches for developing economies to strengthen human development and economic growth across all sectors.

There is no one-size-fits-all policy or programme. The 2030 Agenda emphasises economies’ responsibility for implementation in their own economies and at the regional and global levels. APEC member economies are best placed to develop and implement principles and practices that take into account different realities, capacities and levels of development, while respecting domestic priorities. 

This workshop will aim to bring together policy makers and investment experts to establish dialogue and promote discussions on creating sustainable and inclusive investment policies within the APEC region and how foreign direct investments can foster economic growth that will contribute towards is sustainable and inclusive economic growth for all to benefit.

Relevance – Eligibility: This project is very relevant to most of the funding criteria outlined under the General Purpose Account (GPA) for 2018 in supporting APEC’s key agendas on (i) promoting sustainable, innovative and inclusive growth, (ii) improving connectivity, deepening REI, (iii) strengthening MSMEs’ competitiveness and innovation in the Digital Age, (iv) enhancing food security and sustainable agriculture in response to climate change, and (v) strengthening inclusive growth through structural reforms. Care will be taken when designing the sessions and inviting speakers to ensure that the workshop addresses each of these topics.

Relevance – Capacity Building: The project aims to assist developing member economies design investment policies to promote sustainable and inclusive growth as envisioned under the Bogor Goals on sustainable and inclusive growth and shared prosperity within the APEC region; andthe APEC’s 2010 Growth Strategies on (i) Balanced Growth, (ii) Inclusive Growth, (iii) Sustainable Growth, (iv) Innovative Growth, and (v) Secured Growth. The workshop will help government officials from APEC economies to better understand and formulate strategic investment policies that will contribute to creating wealth and reducing poverty, support development of MSMEs and generate broad-based economic growth across all sectors of the economy. Workshop participants and policy experts will be able to interact and exchange ideas and concept based on theory and practice as well as lessons learned and success stories.



[1] UNCTAD, World Investment Report 2017, p. 17, http://unctad.org/en/PublicationsLibrary/wir2017_en.pdf

[2]Sauvant, Karl P. and Howard Mann, Towards an Indicative List of FDI Sustainability Characteristics, E15Initiative, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) and World Economic Forum, 2017, p. 2, http://e15initiative.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/E15-Investment-Sauvant-and-Mann-Final-1.pdf

Objectives

1) Draft and develop a set of recommendations and/or set of best practices on investment policy tools and frameworks for investment policy makers within the APEC economies to use in the design of their domestic investment policy, which incorporates sustainable and inclusive growth principles.

2) Deliver an outcome report of policy options and examples of good practices for sustainable and inclusive investment policies focusing on promotion, facilitation and retention strategies suitable for APEC economies as the next steps.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  The project aligns with 1994 Bogor Goals on sustainable and inclusive growth and shared prosperity within the APEC region and the APEC’s 2010 Growth Strategies on (i) Balanced Growth, (ii) Inclusive Growth, (iii) Sustainable Growth, (iv) Innovative Growth, and (v) Secured Growth. Through workshops and dialogues, officials, presenters and participants will be able to exchange key concepts and ideas on the design of sustainable and inclusive investment policies focusing on promotion, facilitation and retention strategies.

Alignment – Forum: The project intends to support some of the IEG policy discussions on investment policy dialogue on approaches to management of foreign investment and sharing of best practices among the APEC investment policy makers and regulators. The workshop will provide opportunity for IEG to discuss ongoing interest in better understanding the way economies manage foreign investment and for IEG to consider further work and discussions on this topic. The outcome report will aim to contribute towards design of sustainable and inclusive investment policies and strategies in advancing APEC agendas on Inclusive Business and Globalizing MSMEs as envisioned under the 2010 Growth Strategies of balanced, inclusive, sustainable, innovative and secured growths.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The key outputof this project is to host a two-day workshop that will provide a forum for investment policy makers and regulators, international experts, academia, research fellows and APEC stakeholders to discuss approaches to designing sustainable and inclusive investment promotion, facilitation and retention strategies within the APEC region. 

The following outputs will be achieved:

·    Workshop: A two-day workshop will be hosted on the margins of 2018 SOM3 in Port Moresby. The capacity building workshop will cover policy reforms or alignments that are needed to attract, facilitate and retain investment that contributes to sustainable and inclusive growth. Specific topics may include:

-  Building linkages: enhancing the benefits from FDI by supporting relationships between foreign investors and local players including MSMEs, universities and research centres

-  Strengthening regional ties: improving the attractiveness of the region to FDI through mutually beneficial reforms

-  Gender dimensions of FDI: supporting women-owned enterprises, ensuring access to finance, fair pay and working conditions for female workers and encouraging foreign investors to train women

-   Agriculture and food systems: encouraging agricultural investment that improves productivity and contributes to food security, while mitigating climate change, pollution, exploitation and other environmental and social harms

-   Knowledge flows: improving the ability of the local economy to absorb knowledge flows and learnings that accompany inward FDI, while ensuring that the foreign investor’s intellectual property rights are safeguarded

·   Outcome Report:The outcome report will contain policy recommendations, tools and best practices on the design of sustainable and inclusive investment promotion, facilitation and retention strategies for consideration and implementation by APEC economies, especially developing member economies. APEC’s developing member economies will be better able to manage the promotion, facilitation and retention of investments that contribute towards sustainable and inclusive growth.

·    Collation of Evaluation results: Evaluation forms will be given out on the first day of the workshop. The results will be collated after the workshop to gather participants’ views and feedback on the impact of the sessions and how useful they were in advising the design of domestic policies for sustainable and inclusive investment policies .

·    Next Steps: Firstly, a draft outcome report will be circulted to members one month after the workshop for comments and inputs. The final outcome report will then be presented in the next IEG meeting in February 2019 for noting and endorsement of recommendations. Secondly, PNG through IEG to assist facilitate a follow up voluntary peer review after two years to assess best practice sustainable and inclusive investment policies in member economies’ domestic policies and report to IEG/CTI a month after the peer review.

Outcomes: It is anticipated that this workshop will contribute to advancing some of the major undertakings by APEC Leaders such as the 2010 Growth Strategies and 2015 Boracay Action Agenda on Inclusive Business and Globalizing of MSMEs. In our collective efforts to attract and benefit from foreign direct investment within the APEC region, we have to adopt the best practices and recommendations in the design of inclusive and sustainable investment policies and growth strategies. Some of the key outcomes from the workshop and subsequent Outcome Report will include:

·  Participants, mostly investment policy makers and regulators from APEC, will return to their respective economies with a better understanding of how to design or align domestic policies which promote sustainable and inclusive development and help their economies achieve APEC’s target of inclusive growth in this regard. 

· Workshop participants can share learnings with their colleagues, other government agencies and officials at the domestic level in their respective economies.

·   The workshop will act as a platform to bring APEC government officials in contact with relevant experts from academia, consultancies, international organizations and the private sector, creating the potential for beneficial relationships and partnerships. It will also encourage member economy’ officials to share experiences, failures, challenges and successes with one another and find areas for collaboration. 

·  The outcome report of the workshop will serve as a source of good practices, examples and recommendations for participants and the membership more broadly and could be a starting point for further research and policy frameworks. 

·  It is also expected that these activities will help APEC member economies incorporate sustainable development considerations in international investment agreements and better understand how host states and home states can work together in promoting sustainable and inclusive agendas. 

·  It is anticipated that this workshop could catalyze work at a later stage on developing a framework for sustainable and inclusive investment policies within the APEC region and how to implement them. IEG can further discuss and endorse a wayforward in this regard, perhaps as a follow-up project. 

Beneficiaries: The immediate beneficiaries will be workshop participants from APEC member economies, key expert speakers and presenters, investment policy makers and regulators and project facilitators from the host economy. Workshop participants will come from the full range of APEC member economies, from diverse backgrounds and have a good grasp of investment and related policies in their home economies. Workshop participants will greatly benefit from engaging in discussions and exchanging their views and ideas with the expert speakers and each other. The workshop aims to facilitate this through the use of visual aids and small break-out sessions to develop tools, approaches, good practices and recommendations. It will also encourage participants to identify failures, challenges and policies that had unintended consequences. 

The long-term beneficiaries will be governments and government agencies from APEC economies especially those ministries responsible for investments, trade, commerce and industry. Government officials will be able to use the outcome report to advice their governments to plan and incorporate useful tools and strategies to maximize foster sustainable and inclusive development through inputs from foreign direct investment. It is also important for legal experts and international investment treaty negotiators to take into consideration inclusive investment policies when negotiating investment treaties in the future. This will also provide an opportunity for host states and home states to create dialogues on how to encourage sustainable and inclusive investment issues across their borders. 

Furthermore, female business owners, MSMEs, enterprising citizens from rural areas and people with special needs within APEC economies can benefit significantly from the right policies. Governments can work together with foreign investors and international organizations to foster mutually beneficial principles and practices. Extended beneficiaries include APEC Study Centres and other related institutions such as the proposed ABAC Centre of Excellence on Inclusive Business in the resource development sector. 

Dissemination

The outcome report will be an official APEC publication and will be made available electronically on APEC website. The PO in liaison with APEC Secretariat that the outcome report meets APEC’s publication guidelines. Member economies will have access to the outcome report to help them in the design of appropriate domestic investment policies. This report can provide the basis for IEG to discuss next steps and future workplans on sustainable and inclusive investment policies inline with key APEC policy agendas. The report will also be disseminated through the World Economic Forum networks. 

The National Research Institute of Papua New Guinea through the PNG APEC Study Centre will facilitate the workshop and assist in drafting the outcome report. The World Economic Forum and Asian Development Bank have been approached to assist with drafting the outcome report and they have indicated their support. This will ensure that the outcome report produced is tangible and appeals to the target audience and useful for policy makers. The presentation materials and main discussion topics will be sent to APEC Secretariat for distribution to workshop participants through the APEC document centre. The key audience will be workshop participants, APEC IEG colleagues,,APEC government officials and policy makers at CEO and managerial levels that contribute to policy development. 

There is no intention to sell publications or ideas and concepts from the outcome report for commercial purposes.

Gender

The project aims to promote and encourage equal participation by both men and women to attend the workshop, as well as gender equality in the composition of keynote speakers and presenters. We will aim to include a session at the workshop covering the gender dimension of FDI, including policies that support women entrepreneurs and workers, improve women’s access to finance and training and encourage foreign investors to work towards gender equality. 

As the host economy, PO has already included more women in the project committee who will be actively involved in delivering a successful workshop and assist with inputs on drafting the outcome report.

Work Plan

Timeline of Actions

Date

Tasks

Deliverables

May 2nd week

Identify host IEG organizing and project advisory committee

Committee established

May 3rd week

Development of Project Proposal

Proposal submitted to APEC Secretariat

June 01st week

Workshop organization and preliminary design of agendas, developed with support of the World Economic Forum (IEG guests)

Workshop’s preliminary agenda is defined

June 02nd week

Liaise and identify Keynote Speakers

Possible keynote speakers identified

June 03rd week

Development of Tentative Agenda by organizing and advisory committee with the assistance from Cristian Rodriguez Chiffelle,
Head of Trade and Investment Policy from WEF

Tentative workshop agenda is developed

June 03rd week

Pre-workshop preparation and planning stage where discussion topics and agendas will be disseminated to co-sponsors and IEG members for their inputs.

Workshop agenda finalized and approved

June 04th week

Confirmation of keynote Speakers

Keynote speakers confirmed

July 01st week

Organizing committee in liaison with APEC Secretariat develop workshop’s Administrative Circular

Program’s Administrative Circular finalized and approved

July 01st week

Announcement of workshop program and invitation to APEC nominated participants

Participants received the Administrative Circular

July 02nd week

Meeting with ADB-sponsored consultant, Mr. Mike Mullins on his visit to Port Moresby for assistance with reviewing and editing of outcome report which he indicated to assist.

Committee met with ADB-sponsored consultant, Mr. Mullins.

July 03rdweek

Confirmation of participants

Participants confirmed and registered

July 04th week

Liaise with APEC Secretariat on travel itinerary, per diems and honoraria for funded participants. 

Itineraries of participants confirmed

August 02ndweek

Convene two-day workshop on the margins of SOM3, 2018 in Port Moresby, PNG. The National Research Institute of PNG through the PNG APEC Study Centre will play facilitative role at the workshop.

Workshop successfully delivered

Sept. 02nd week

Finalize Workshop Report with the assistance from the National Research Institute  and PNG APEC Study Centre

The first draft Outcome Report produced

Sept. 04th week

Circulate draft report to APEC member economies for comments and inputs

Draft report circulated to APEC member economies.

October 02nd week

Receive comments and inputs from member economies

Comments and inputs consolidated

Nov. 04th week  

Final report drafting for submission to APEC Secretariat

Final Outcome Report produced

Dec. 04th week

Submit final Outcome Report to APEC Secretariat for approval 

Final Outcome Report approved and made available on APEC website.

Within 2 months from project date  

Drafting, endorsement and submission of the Completion Report and all supporting documents to the APEC Secretariat

Completion Report submitted

6-12 months after the project end date

Participation in the Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat, as required by all APEC funded projects

Long Term Evaluation successfully undertaken

2 years after workshop end date

Conduct voluntary peer review through IEG

Outcome of peer review exercvise reported at IEG Meeting

Risks

Possible Risks and Risks Management Strategy

Possible Risks

Risks Management Strategy

Failure to effectively plan programs on time

A Project Advisory Committee has been established to provide advice and guidance to Organizing Committee to effectively plan and deliver program on time.

Failure to confirm experts and keynote speakers on time

Discussions have already commenced (a month early) with IEG PD, the World Economic Forum, ADB and co-sponsoring economies on possible list of expert speakers before developing this project proposal.

Low interest by participants to participate 

Liaise and engage in discussions with economies on speakers, strategies and agendas and build interest for the workshop during SOM2 meetings in Port Moresby. The workshop is planned to be held on the margins of SOM3, 2018 aimed at securing more participantsfrom delegates attending SOM3. Co-sponsoring economies will help to gather participants’ interest.

Insufficient budget and cost overruns

Workshop will be planned and delivered strictly according to the budget. Unnecessary expenses will be minimized. Host economy agency will provide assistance where necessary, while the World Economic Forum is supporting on the development of the substance/agendas at no cost. Any cost incurred before the project approval, will be borne by the host.

Difficulty achieving policy outcomes or policy change before and after the workshop

Early and robust engagement of both supportive and oppositional stakeholders, appropriate selection of participants, expert presenters, creating tools/ processes to support participants in policy change and follow up steps to encourage economies to build on from the workshop outcome.

Delays of participants’ arrival on time for workshop

Program organizing committee will ensure that in accordance with the timeline of actions, participants are confirmed as early as July third week and have already received appropriate information on their participation. 

The risk of producing a low quality Outcome Report by the PO and project committee 

The PNG National Research Institute through the PNG APEC Study Centre will facilitate the workshop and draft outcome report. Experts from WEF and ADB to review and edit.


Monitoring and Evaluation

During and after the workshop, we will aim to collect required information as a baseline to measure the progress and in achieving the intended outcomes. The main indicators to measure the progress will be:

1) Pre-workshop stage (planning and preparation stage) – disseminate discussion topics and agendas and get feedback, comments, views/inputs from co-sponsoring and other member economies, supporting international organizations or entities, workshop participants and keynote speakers. Their views and feedback will be valuable input into the whole design and outcome of the workshop.

2)  Workshop stage – project evaluation survey will be conducted during the workshop to gather comments and feedback from participants on the overall presentation of the workshop topics and agendas.

3)    Post-workshop stage (after the workshop)

a)   After 6-12 months of the project end date, conduct a tracer evaluation as part of Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat, as required by all APEC funded projects

b)   IEG to conduct voluntary peer review two years after the workshop through questionnaire survey to determine if APEC economies have incorporated sustainable and inclusive investment policies into their domestic policies focusing on promotion, facilitation and retention of FDIs. IEG will use the outcome to discuss future work programs’ follow up and actions.

4)  Key indicators to measure the progress:

a)   20 funded participants plus possible 8 participants from APEC’s non-funded economies on the margins of SOM3. Additional 6 participants from host economy.     

b)  6 economies as co-sponsors of the project are important for supporting future workplans and programs.

c)  More than 40 percent female participation anticipated. At least half of the key speakers and presenters will be women. It is also anticipated that at least 40 percent of the APEC-funded participants will be women. APEC-funded economies will be strongly encouraged to nominate at least one female and one male to participate. Data will be collated from the workshop attendance and registration list to be reflected to reporting.

d)  Formal support by international organizations (e.g. WEF and ADB)

e) Project evaluation by workshop participants as respondents to obtain overall feedback on the workshop topics, presentations and discussions which are going to be reflected in the outcome report. Success rate will be 60 percent and above of the respondents rating workshop outcome as very good that will contribute to improved knowledge on sustainable and inclusive investment promotion policies.

f) Possible next steps, for example, development of an APEC framework on sustainable and inclusive investment policies and strategies. 

Linkages

The project aims to complement and build on initiatives such as Inclusive Business, Globalization of MSMEs and Cebu Action Plans and work with other fora that are relevant to this project’s objectivessuch as SME Working Group, Oceans and Fisheries Working Group, Mining Task Force, Tourism Working Group, Telecommunications and Information, Agriculture Technical Cooperation, Women and the Economy, Group of Friends on Disability amongst others. Workshop participants from APEC member economies who are directly responsible for the formulation and implementation of their domestic investment policies will establish dialogue and share their views and experiences in promoting sustainable and inclusive investment policy agendas across all sectors of the economy.Identified non-APEC stakeholders include WEF, UNCTAD, ADB, OECD, academia and researchers who will contribute to the discussions. A project with similar topic on “Best Practices in Investment Policy Formulation in the APEC Region” was undertaken in 2011. This project aims to build on this topic by looking at inclusive investment policies focusing on promotion, facilitation and retention strategies to drive the APEC’s agenda on inclusive growth. 

The comparative advantage in funding this project is based on APEC’s goals for capacity building programs focusing on sustainable growth and equitable development, reducing economic disparities, improving economic and social wellbeing and deepening the spirit of community in the Asia Pacific. When this project was socialized and presented through a concept note at the IEG1, 2018, more than six (6) member economies expressed interest to support this agenda.

Sustainability

After the workshop, program participants will return to their home economies and be able to create awareness and develop appropriate policies to address the needs of MSMEs, women and vulnerable and disadvantaged groups, amongst others. The outcome report will contain recommendations and best practices on the design of sustainable and inclusive investment policies for consideration by APEC economies. The World Economic Forum will also disseminate the report through its networks, including referring to the exercise at Davos 2019. 

The outcome report will be presented during IEG 1 in February 2019 and can be discussed as an agenda for future work programs. Economies will be encouraged to pursue next steps after the program, for example, designingan APEC framework on sustainable and inclusive investment policies and strategies to attract and benefit from FDIs. Future seminars and workshops can be undertaken to track the progress which these policies have made in terms of impacts on MSMEs, women, people with disabilities, the environment and people’s living standards. 

Tracer evaluation will be conducted within a year to get feedback from workshop participants on their involvement at government policy making level and how they shared their experiences with colleagues. A peer review will be undertaken through IEG on a voluntary basis two years after the workshop to ascertain whether the project achieved its intended result. The feedback from tracer evaluation will be built into peer review process and outcome of the peer review will be reported  to IEG/CTI fora for noting and planning future work programs.

Project Overseers

Mr. Kamis Yalakun

Acting Manager, Investment Promotion Unit, Investment Promotion Authority, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

P.O. Box 5053 Boroko, NCD

Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Tel: +675 3084531

Email: kyalakun@ipa.gov.pg

Mr. Yalakun is the Acting Manager Investment Promotion Unit, responsible for promotion and facilitation of foreign direct investments into PNG and participates in APEC and WTO programs, bilateral investment treaties, MSG regional trade negotiation and officer assigned to PNG APEC 2018 host year.IPA is the government’s mandated statutory organization that promote and facilitate FDI/investment in the economy.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Direct labour will include x 5 locals (non-government officials) to assist with venue set up one day before the meeting and also clean up after the meeting and provide secretarial support, registration of participants and attend to delegates and participants requests during the meeting.


Waivers

Not Applicable.

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