Project Title

12th Conference on Good Regulatory Practices 

Project Year

2019   

Project Number

SCSC 05 2019A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

SCSC 05 2019A 

Project Title

12th Conference on Good Regulatory Practices 

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

2019 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

132,800 

Co-funding Amount

20,000 

Total Project Value

152,800 

Sponsoring Forum

Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance (SCSC) 

Topics

Conformance; Standards 

Committee

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chile 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Canada; China; Japan; Mexico; Papua New Guinea; Peru; Philippines; Thailand; United States; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/06/2019 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2019 

Project Proponent Name 1

Gaston Fernandez 

Job Title 1

Head of Regulatory Division 

Organization 1

General Diectorate for International Economi Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 

Postal Address 1

Teatinos 180, Santiago, Chile 

Telephone 1

(56-2) 28275240 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

gfernandez@direcon.gob.cl 

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

Gaston Fernadez 

Project Summary

For nearly two decades, APEC has been at the forefront of international discussions on the importance of Good Regulatory Practice (GRP) to trade and investment. To continue the fruitful pathway in line with the CTI priorities, Chile proposes to continue the process, by organizing APEC’s 12th Conference on GRP, a 2-day conference to be held at SOM3 in Chile, in August 2019. Will provide an opportunity to update on GRP´s in APEC economies, especially in those areas where greater work is required: transparency and public comment procedures, internal coordination of rule-making and the implementation of TBT obligations related to notification. Also, will focus on specific challenges that APEC economies are facing today, specifically under the integration 4.0 pillar, which anticipates the importance of aligning regulations and procedures in an increasingly digitalized world. The above in line with the third CTI priority “Strengthening Trade Facilitation and Connectivity” and those issues specifically mentioned in RAASR Individual Action Plans.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: In the 2018 RAASR Mid-term Review Report, more economies cited regulatory improvement as a key area than any other issue. Nine APEC economies are pursuing work to improve regulatory coherence and quality, apply regulatory impact analysis (RIA), to the regulatory process, and to analyses the overall structure of their regulatory process as a cycle.  Specifically, Chile identified promoting the application of GRP as one of its priorities and highlighted public consultation as an area for improvement. Thus, APEC must continue to provide opportunities for economies to exchange information on progress achieved and the benefits of using GRP in the policy making process to achieve high level support for regulatory reform, especially when non-tariff barriers to trade and restrictions to investment become increasingly important market access issues. 

The conference falls under the Pillar 1 of the RAASR “More open, well-functioning, transparent and competitive markets”, which aims to galvanize member economies to continue efforts towards making their markets more open, well-functioning, transparent and competitive. The conference will focus on two discussion targets; improving business regulations and facilitation; and enhancing innovation and productivity, however the dialogue will be open for the discussion of areas in line with the RAASR Pillar #1. 

The conference will have benefits for all APEC economies and for the multilateral trading system as a whole.  However, given that certain APEC economies have identified regulatory improvement as an element of their IAP, such as Canada, People’s Republic of China, Japan, Mexico, The United States, and among others, this conference is likely to have greater benefit to those economies.  We expect that economies will be able to apply the information gleaned from the workshop to produce higher quality regulations and reduce the chances that a proposed measure will impede trade. 

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: The project falls under APEC Support Fund- Sub-Fund: Renewed APEC Agenda for Structural Reform (RAASR). The project aims to support GRP´s improvement in efficiency and transparency of the economies business environment and encourages greater participation in policy and regulatory cycle. Given that certain APEC economies have identified regulatory improvement as a key element of their Individual Action Plan (IAP), this conference will provide greater benefit to share experience. We expect that economies will be able to apply the information gleaned from the conference to produce higher quality regulations and reduce those measure that will impede trade and investment facilitation within the APEC region. 

This proposed project is a follow-up action of the 2018, Ministers statements called to develop continued efforts to promote GRP and, focus on regulatory reform in the digital age. Ministers also encouraged economies to make progress on international regulatory cooperation (IRC) and to collaborate through sharing experiences and capacity building. Therefore, this project is an opportunity to refinement and improvement APEC’s strategic objectives on GRP´s. 

Relevance – Capacity Building: The GRP´s conference will be an opportunity to reinforce the regulatory transparency across the APEC Region, targeting the needs of developing economies, to support the development of IAP in accordance with  the application of the integration 4.0 pillar, in line with the third CTI priority “Strengthening Trade Facilitation and Connectivity” and those issues specifically mentioned in RAASR Individual Action Plans, which will allow to lay out a framework for self-assessment on regulatory quality, competition policy, and market openness.

Objectives

The overall objective of this project is to expand the application of GRPs as a tool to reduce barriers to trade and encourage investment and economic growth. The conference will support the discussion of challenges and best practices for increasing transparency, internal coordination and stakeholders inputs trough case studies and sharing of economy improvements since the 11th GRP Conference, in order to lay a groundwork for a future action plan aimed to produce higher quality regulation and contribute to reduce the chances that a proposed measure will impede trade trough applications.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  This concept note responds directly to the Leaders priorities of ensuring that regulatory policies in the region contribute to achieving critical policy objectives, such as the protection of health, safety, and the environment, while promoting free and open trade.  The Osaka Action Agenda indicates the important role of GRP in achieving the Bogor goals, specifically calling on APEC economies to promote them. The 2016 Final Report on GRP in APEC economies calls to keep increasing the adoption of GRPs due to the direct contribution to trade, investment, job creation, economic integration, and sustained economic growth. Areas of impressive and rapid progress are, however, paralleled by gaps in GRP application and present new opportunities for APEC to support continued GRP reforms that meet the needs of increasingly integrated and innovative economies. 

This conference will build on previous SCSC and EC work on GRP while also drawing from the 2016 update to the 2011 APEC Baseline Study on GRP Regulatory Practices. The 2016 update provides statistics on the state of GRP in the APEC region. Two areas called out for improvement in the report (i.e.: transparency and public comment procedures, and the implementation of TBT obligations related to notification), will be addressed in the 12th Conference. 

Alignment – Forum: The 2018 CTI Annual Report to Ministers tasked the SCSC with continuing to support CTI’s trade and investment liberalization agenda by helping to reduce the negative effects that differing standards and conformance arrangements have on trade and investment flows in the Asia-Pacific region through the adoption of GRP. The conference will promote the implementation of these practices among all APEC economies. 

GRPs are critical element for reducing behind the border barriers to trade. They also enable economies to achieve pressing environmental, safety and health challenges. In the CTI/SCSC, GRP regulatory practices are one of the seven objectives of the key priority activities. GRPs are included in the SCSC’s Terms of References (ToR), the Collective Action Plan (CAP), and set as one of the seven regular agenda items of the SCSC. The project also advances the Economic Committee’s RAASR.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs:

1)
Conference: The main focus of the project is to organize and stage two days of the 12th Conference on Good Regulatory Practice, to be held in Puerto Varas, Chile, on the margins of SCSC 2.  The conference will include 8 sessions devoted to: (1)The internal coordination of rulemaking activity; (2) Transparency; (3) Inquiry point operations; (4) Processing public comments; (5) Regulatory impact analysis; (6) International regulatory cooperation, (7) Strengthen harmonisation; and (8) Information sharing and rulemaking in response to a crisis.  In addition, we expect that the session on transparency will include a focus on the obligations of the WTO Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Agreement. 

The conference will engage stakeholders through the discussion of new regulatory issues facing APEC Members, progress made towards good regulatory practices using GRP tools such as single online locations for regulatory information; prospective regulatory planning; periodic reviews of existing regulation (stock of the regulation); sharing experiences and development of recommendations for the enhancements of the GRP. 

The stakeholders will gain information on what APEC economies are doing in terms of GRP implementation and educational efforts to mainstream information to build support and understanding of GRP and the benefits that could be derived from. Among others relevant topics, public consultation will also be part of the conference, stakeholders will be aware that they can affect the result of the policies of their economies if they will participate in development of these policies, therefore the conference would provide a interactive space to further facilitate public private engagement. 

2) Report: A Summary Report of the discussions, learnings and outcomes of the conference will be presented to the SCSC and CTI, for the consideration and available for all APEC economies. The Summary Report will be developed at the end of the conference, and it will be structured with cover page, table of contents, introduction, summaries of presentation and interventions in accordance of the discussion’s targets, conclusions and recommendations. The report will also include, the participant evaluation results considering that the survey will be circulated to all the participant at the GRP conference. These materials will be e-mailed to participants and will be made available in the APEC website. The approximate length should be in the range from 20 to 30 pages. 

3) Recommendations: As it was previously done in 11th GRP conference, recommendations will be prepared as a standalone document, to guide the discussions/results of the conference, in order to obtain alignments for future work, focusing in policy change and information exchange of how APEC economies have integrated GRP on regulations. Also, key recommendations will be provided in order to continue the GRP conference and forum alignment between the SCSC and EC. 

4) Action Plan: To ensure that the work on capacity building on the area of the GRP will be sustained, an Action Plan will be prepared and endorsed by the Conference, after two months, focusing on experiences and improvements on GRP by members.  Therefore, all member economies are expected to contribute in its development to ensure that their experiences and needs are incorporated therein, and the results will be reported to the SCSC, CTI and the EC. 

Outcomes: The key outcome of this project is an enhanced awareness of the challenges of building high level support for regulatory reform and how economies have addressed them, the various tools used in implementing GRPs, and the benefits these could provide to different stakeholders such as policy makers, regulators, industry and academia.

The project will:

1) Provide information on GRPs and how high-level support for regulatory reform might be created in APEC member Economies, which will serve as an input to support political commitment.

2) Be able to share best practices and how can be used to improve the rule making policy.

3) Show high level officials the importance of stakeholders’ engagement in implementing GRP in their economies.

4) Recommend future work on GRP by APEC Member Economies based on the identified areas of strengths and further needs of the member economies.

5) Develop action plan to assist APEC Member Economies in the effective implementation of GRP based on the specific needs and actual status.

6) Be able to focus on how GRP can support inclusive growth, considering the women and SMEs priority.

Beneficiaries: The target audience for this project comprises government official, technical regulatory experts from APEC member economies, private sector, academia, and international organizations. All relevant materials will be made available on the APEC website. It is expected that SCSC members will share the outcomes from the Conference and the revised GRP documents within their governments and that they will inform their business community about the conference outcomes and GRP documents through their regular bulletins and websites.

Chile has prioritized Women, SMEs and inclusive growth. Women will actively participate in the planning, management, allocation of resources, and implementation of the project, ensuring at least 50% of female speakers; they will play a key role in the decision-making process. Women and men will benefit equally from sharing best practices and experiences and focusing on GRP regulatory practice in their economies to contribute to consider GRP to asses trade barriers, that will be equally beneficial for men and women. 

Considering that GRP represent a cross-cutting issue involving different layer of the society, the target participants are the following from all member economies (1) Regulators; (2) Industry stakeholders from APEC and non-APEC economies including SMEs; (3) APEC Economy Committee (EC); (4) APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC); (5) Multilateral organizations; (6) APEC Specialist Regional Bodies (SRBs); (7) Public and private public organizations of APEC member economies, (8) Standardization Development Organization (SDOs); and (9) Academia. 

Relevant stakeholders that have interest in the implementation of GRP, such as: 

1) Regulators - participants from government agencies should have a familiarity with GRP, IRC and from a trade perspective the WTO TBT and/or SPS agreements.  Ideally, they should have line or supervisory responsibility for the development or implementation of regulations in their economy. Further, government representatives should be aware of their own economies work on GRP to fully engage in the discussion.

2) Industry – enhancement in the regulations using GRP elements will benefit businesses including MSMEs through the transparent process of developing regulations and policies.  Private sector participants should have experience providing comments on draft regulatory proposal including technical regulations, standards, or conformity assessment procedures. They should be familiar with the rulemaking processes (timeframe, transparency, public consultation) in their home economy.

3) Representatives of multilateral organizations (e.g., WTO, OECD, WB, ADB, IDB), Specialist Regional Bodies (SRBs), and Standardization Development Organization (SDOs).  These participants will have experience similar to that of regulators (e.g., transparency, public comment), or they will have background in the international trade obligations related to aspects of GRP.

4) Academia – As the project is envisioned to gain more support from all sectors of the society, academia has a vital role in disseminating information and expand the scope on their technical expertise research the value of GRP implementation.

Dissemination

The outputs of the conference will be published electronically at the APEC website, including Summary Report, Recommendations and the Action Plan. The electronic publication will include conference agenda, presentations, curriculum vitae of speakers and summary report of the conference. This information will be accessible to the public following the conference to ensure that updated information will reflect the outcomes, and available for Twitter, websites of member economies and links in other related participants that are willing to share the project outcomes. The APEC SCSC website is regularly updated and the final report and achievements of the 12th conference will be uploaded.

In addition, Standard Developing Organizations (SDOs), Specialist Regional Bodies (SRBs), industry, academic representatives, and other relevant international organizations will be able to voice the challenges and opportunities to promote the capacity building as needed. This demonstrates that all information and documentations is available to all project stakeholders with no restriction on onward distribution to other relevant stakeholders. 

Target audience: The target audience includes government agencies, businesses, academia, SDOs, multilateral organizations and non-government organizations. 

Any intention to sell outputs arising from this project: There is no intention to sell the outputs delivered by this project. Member economies are expected to disseminate results of the conference with their respective agencies and business communities through their websites or their own pre-establish channels of communications. All organizations, academia and other participants involved in the conference are also expected to share its outcomes. A follow-up communication on this regard will be circulated a month after the conference.

Gender

Increasing the participation of women in the economy is critical, and it is one of the key factors in reducing poverty and ensuring that the population shares the benefits of growth. For the conference, speakers will be selected to reflect an appropriate balance considering the high value women contribute to the subject matter, regarding to this we will assure that at least 50% of the participants of the conference will be woman, without prejudice. Women will actively participate in the planning, management, allocation of resources, and implementation of the project, ensuring at least 50% of female speakers.  Regarding the participation, we will collect information/data from participants to enable us to determine whether or not we will need to make adjustments in consultation with the project leads and APEC secretariat. The PO is committed to collect sex-disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (and not only the APEC funded) from the project event. This data will be included as part of the submission of the Completion Report to the Secretariat when the project completes and will serve to guide future POs on their own gender parity targets.

PO is committed to include a gender focus item on the agenda.

Work Plan

Project planning June – December 2019

May - June 2019

Development of agenda and program drafts

Agenda

Program drafts

June 2019

Definition of conference schedule and expected date

Expected date

June 2019

Proposal of experts, speakers and participants

List of speakers, moderator

List of participants

List of experts

June 2019

Definition of conference unfolding and activities (with experts support)

List of activities, others

June 2019

Invitation to experts, speakers, participants and non APEC economies

Letters of invitation

July 2019

Set final agenda and program

Final agenda & program

July 2019

Experts, speakers and participants confirmation

Answers to invitation letters

August 2019

12th Conference on GRP

Conference presentations

 October 2019

Develop Summary Report

Written Report of the outcomes

October 2019

Monitoring Report

Efficicency messure of the Conference

October 2019

Develop the Recommendations

Written report of recommendations

October 2019

Develop the Action Plan

Written Action Plan according to the discussions

December 2019

Submit completion report and action plan to Secretariat

Completion Report

June 2020

Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects

Long term evaluation

Conference – August 2019 (margins of SCSC2): A two-day event, with time allotted to develop conclusions and recommendations. A survey of participants to gauge the effectiveness of the conference.

Expected outputs/Deliverables

- A conference report documenting the key conclusions, as well as summaries of the discussion, any decisions and/or recommendations; and

- A work plan/list of capacity building priorities of APEC economies, and how future SCSC work can address these needs.

Endorsement of the results such as recommendations and action plan (SOM 3- 2019) 

The 12th Conference will take place during the SCSC 2 meeting, then the project overseers will work intersessional to secure endorsement at SCSC 1 in 2020.

Publication of Results of the Conference (October 2019): Follow-up communication requesting feedback on the dissemination activities done by participants at their respective economies. 

Results of the conference will be published in the APEC website. If possible a new article in the website. 

It would be desirable for the different economies to disseminate the Conference´s results on the websites of the ministries in charge of GRP. 

Project completion report (December 2019): The PO will prepare the Completion Report after two months of the completion of the Conference.

Risks

We view the project-related risks as low. Given the conference is planned to take place on the margins of the APEC SOM3 events, to maximize participation and ensure that the target audience draw the appropriate level of interest from regulators, SDOs, industry associations and academia. APEC has played a leading role in the international work on GRP for over two decades, therefore the project overseers and co-sponsors economies are familiar with the subject. Some participant officials have helped to organize previous GRP conferences, as well as other SCSC projects. The project leads and where necessary, the co-sponsoring economies communicate regularly via teleconference and email as planning proceeds.

The project leads intend to mitigate the risk associated with this project by:

·  The target audience can lead to a low level of interests from regulators, SDO’s, industry associations and academia, this risk will be managed by continuing to consult with APEC member economies throughout the planning process.

·  In order to get an optimate participation it will develop a continuing engagement - We intend to collaborate closely with the member economies as conference planning evolves, agendas are defined, and speakers are selected.  We intend to maintain strict internal deadlines for finalizing agenda and speaker selection.

·  Promote dissemination of results to the SCSC, CTI, EC, and relevant stakeholders.

·  Diligent review of evaluations – This will enable us to factor feedback into enhancing subsequent phases of the project.

·  In order to assure at least the 50% of female speakers PO is committed to encourage APEC members to identify potential female speakers in this area, and also through the engagement with ABAC.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Conference

·  On the activities, indicators are the acceptance of the SCSC members and other relevant stakeholders of the conference agenda and list of speakers and conference papers are timely prepared and collected.

·  On the output of the project, indicators will include the conduct of the conference as planned, and completion of reports and proceedings as scheduled.

·  Stakeholder feedback will be gathered through a conference evaluation questionnaire which will cover assessment on objectives, content, speaker effectiveness, knowledge achieved and logistical preparations.

·  Participants will be requested to provide feedback on the information that is disseminated.

·  The profiles of the participants such as how many of them have GRP background will also be gathered.

·  The project will seek to ensure that presenters/speakers and participants have a significant female representation which is targeted at least at fifty percent.

·  The project will also be evaluated based on the economies’ participation in the conference.

For long term impact

·  A survey will be conducted among those who participated in the conference, 6 months after the conference to monitor their adoption/implementation of the optional tools, activities.

·  A work plan based on the strengths and competencies of member economies will be developed and will be further enhanced in future GRP conferences.

Linkages

Engagement: The GRP Conference promotes cross fora collaboration with EC as the alternate convenor of the GRP conferences, together with the SCSC.  As MSMEs frequently face challenges dealing with the regulatory processes and specially in relation to technical regulations in other economies, this conference should also benefit the CTI and relevant sub-fora including the SMEWG and International Organizations as OECD (Regulatory Policy Division), WTO, WB, SRBs and SDOs.

Previous work: This project will build on the previous work on the 11th Conference of GRP, particularly of the SCSC and the CTI and its relevant sub-fora. The most relevant outcomes that emerged from the past conference included the following: 1) To provide a basis of comparison for effective GRP and capacity building practices, as well as evaluate whether the experiences of another member-economy can be implemented in another member-economy, 2) To emphasize the importance of transparency in the engagement between regulators and stakeholders in the reduction of risks in doing business, and to encourage more participation from stakeholders, 3) To ensure that with the recognition that a member-economy’s efforts towards GRP and capacity building activities may not be on the level of “best practices” at the present, avail of the opportunity for technical assistance in order to provide a basis of comparison for effective GRP and capacity building practices, but also to evaluate whether the experiences of another member-economy can be implemented in another member-economy, 4) To institutionalize, at least incrementally, the awareness that regulatory reform becomes necessary for the improvement of government functions performed and services rendered to the public, and facilitate and appropriate business environment, and finally 5) To ensure that the capacity building needs of developing economies are recognized.

APEC’s comparative advantage: APEC has been a leader in GRP work for over two decades, and the following activities has been performed: (1) the 2005 APEC-OECD checklist on regulatory reform, (2) the 2011 Honolulu Declaration on regulatory reform, (3)  the annual conferences on GRP, and the 2011-2016 survey of GRP in APEC economies, (4) the 2018 MRT Declaration urged further work under the APEC Regulatory Cooperation Advancement Mechanism,  are all examples of APEC’s strong and consistent work in this area.

Sustainability

To follow the direction from APEC Leaders in 2017 to promote structural reform, including regulatory reform, for being critical to improve economic efficiency and increase productivity (through an enhanced regulatory environment), the surveys will be paramount to measure the grade of GRPs application, along with the commitment of high level officials for facilitating the efforts to implement GRPs in their economies.

The recommendations and work plan that will be developed by the project could be referred to continue strengthening capacity building programs for GRP, through endeavour the APEC participation of developing economies using the two funded participation.

Further projects and conferences are expected to measure the progress economies have made on the usage and adoption of GRP, according to: (1) 2011 Baseline Study of Good Regulatory Practices, (2) APEC Economic Policy Reports, and (3) the final report of the 12th Conference on GRP.

The proposing APEC economy of the 12th GRP Conference is expected to consider the results contained in the final report of the 11th Conference on GRP and to build a follow-up document of the work plan in the upcoming years.

The results will be shared with the different stakeholders that will attend the Conference, that might include the WTO (TBT Committee), OECD, WB, international standards organizations such (e.g., ISO, IEC) through the SCSC, for their information. It is important to address a work plan based on the strengths and competencies of member economies will be developed to further enhanced future GRP conferences. This will allow to measure progress on the outcomes and impacts of the project.

Project Overseers

Mr. Gaston Fernandez as the Project Overseer, will manage the project, including managing of contractors and specialists involved. Mr. Gaston Fernandez is the Chair of the APEC SCSC 2019 and Head of the Regulatory Division (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) of Chile. He has more than 5 years of knowledge and experience in the regulatory activities, WTO/TBT transparency, TBT and SPS bilateral and multilateral chapter’s negotiations.

Main Point of Contacts:

1. Mr. Alex Chaparro (achaparro@direcon.gob.cl) is Adviser Regulatory Division (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) of Chile.

2. Mrs. Begoña Montenegro (bmontenegro@direcon.gob.cl) is Adviser Regulatory Division (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) of Chile.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

a)    Fund the airfare and per diem of Speakers/Experts and Active Participants who are government officials; 

b)    Fund the airfare and per diem of Speakers/Experts from non-APEC members and/or from international organizations; and 

c) The conference may include speakers from international organizations, such as the World Bank, WTO and the OECD.  If representatives from these organizations attend, their travel costs will be funded.

Fund meals if a “package” cost for hosting is cheaper than a room-only rate.

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