Project Title

APEC Capacity Building Workshop on RTA/FTA Negotiation Skills on Transparency 

Project Year

2019   

Project Number

CTI 07 2019A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

CTI 07 2019A 

Project Title

APEC Capacity Building Workshop on RTA/FTA Negotiation Skills on Transparency 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

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

Project Year

2019 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

110,000 

Co-funding Amount

28,585 

Total Project Value

138,585 

Sponsoring Forum

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Topics

Trade Facilitation 

Committee

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Viet Nam 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Chile; China; Japan; Korea; Malaysia; Papua New Guinea; Philippines; Russia; Chinese Taipei 

Expected Start Date

01/08/2019 

Expected Completion Date

30/11/2020 

Project Proponent Name 1

Vu Lien Huong 

Job Title 1

Head of Division for APEC and International Economic Cooperation 

Organization 1

Ministry of Industry and Trade 

Postal Address 1

54 Hai Ba Trung Street, Ha Noi, Viet Nam 

Telephone 1

(84-24) 2220541 

Fax 1

(84-24) 22202525 

Email 1

huongvl@moit.gov.vn; patbeo81@gmail.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

Luong Hoang Thai 

Project Summary

This project proposed to hold a 2-day APEC Capacity Building Workshop on RTA/FTA Negotiation Skills on Transparency, which is tentatively organized in Viet Nam in 2020. The project is targeted to train mid-level and junior government officials, who are responsible for RTAs/FTAs coordination, negotiation and implementation on transparency. The project is part of the 3rd APEC Regional Economic Integration (REI) Capacity Building Needs Initiative Framework (CBNI) which was endorsed by APEC Ministers in 2017 and will contribute to the eventual realization of Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific (FTAAP). 

The objective of the project is to build capacity of negotiators, policymakers, and regulators to participate in FTA negotiations on transparency through presentations on how transparency practices can benefit trade and economic growth (including through greater knowledge of transparency commitments found in FTAs, relevant academic literature, and work in other international organizations).

Relevance

Relevance – Region: The world has seen the proliferation of regional and free trade agreements (RTAs and FTAs). According to statistics of the World Trade Organization, as of January 2018, 284 RTAs were in force. As of June 2016, all WTO members now have an RTA in force. 

In November 2014, APEC Economic Leaders encouraged economies “to design and conduct capacity building programs for specific sectors as lead economies.”  APEC Ministers “welcomed the decision to approach capacity building activities with strategic foresight by undertaking multi-year projects, such as supporting APEC’s work to strengthen and deepen regional economic integration, and facilitating the realization of FTAAP.” 

Accordingly, Korea as a leading economy of the CBNI initiative and other interested APEC member economies have made efforts in developing a detailed work plan to implement the APEC Leaders’ Declaration, including of course on the matter of enhancing transparent regulatory environments. As an active economy in joining the CBNI initiative, Viet Nam proposed to select the area of transparency as one of the sectors to be explored in the 3rd CBNI[1]. The results of the CBNI survey conducted by Korea and APEC member economies’ inputs have highlighted the needs of building and enhancing preparation capacities in the field of transparency. 

In August 2017, APEC Workshop on Strengthening Transparency and Participation in the Process of Negotiation of Trade Agreements in Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam which sought to facilitate the construction of a wide support base that enable agreements to achieve greater public approval and create better benefits from regional economic integration. Sessions in this Workshop focused on (i) the importance of promote a more inclusive and participatory agenda on trade, (ii) how to improve communications and channels of engagement on trade, (iii) transparency and participation in processes of trade negotiations and confidentiality standards etc. The report of this Workshop revealed that it focused on transparency in negotiation process and bring stakeholders closer to the new developments on trade, recognizing their concerns and proposals so it was not a capacity building workshop for FTA negotiators. 

This proposed project is different since it aimed at building and enhancing RTA/FTA negotiation skills for personnel in transparency with basic information on transparency provisions/ chapter in RTA/FTA and a simulation exercise for participants to familiarize with negotiations. 

This proposal, therefore, would address the capacity needs of APEC economies by a capacity building workshop in transparency to equip negotiators with relevant information (including on effective transparency practices), preparation, and skills to participate in negotiating a Chapter on Transparency in an FTA. This will also be an opportunity of discussing possible problems arising from the application of transparency measures in practice and the steps that could be taken to identify and address these types of domestic regulatory or policy issues. Last but not least, this capacity building project is in among the sectors that are listed in the 3rd REI Capacity Building Needs Initiative, which was endorsed in November 2017. 

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: As eligible for the FTAAP & GVCs Sub-Fund, the project must contribute to the realization of FTAAP by supporting at least one of the following 4 initiatives which are considered as potential building blocks of the FTAAP. One of the 4 initiatives is the continuity of the capacity building activities in pursuit of the FTAAP under the Action Plan Framework of the CBNI. This project is eligible for the FTAAP and GVC Sub-fund as it is among the sectors that are listed in the 3rd REI Capacity Building Needs Initiative, which was endorsed in November 2017.

Relevance – Capacity Building: The proposed project will help to enable participants from member economies to obtain, share, strengthen, maintain and develop knowledge, abilities and skills regarding RTAs/FTAs negotiations. 

The Workshop’s Sessions will build and enhance capacities of participants in various ways: 

a) 2-3 Sessions will be preparing (at domestic level) and negotiating transparency chapter/ provisions in an RTA/FTA which will provide basic information for participants; 

b) 1 Session will be a simulation exercise which will engage all participants in a mock negotiation between 2 or 3 parties in negotiating a Transparency Chapter in an RTA/ FTA; and 

c) 1 Session will focus on post-negotiation aspects such as developing domestic regulation/ action plan to implement commitments, stakeholder consultation to disseminate outcomes of negotiation etc. Through this Session, capacity of participants will be built/ enhanced since they will learn experiences from other economies in this process. 

Developing economies that send participants to this Workshop will benefit the most since their delegates can learn and directly discuss with Workshop speakers and other participants about any issues/ questions arisen from the Workshop. Other developing economies may also benefit from learning through Workshop presentations and outcomes.

[1] Sectors listed in the 3rd REI CBNI Framework include: competition policy, domestic consultation, small and medium enterprises, transparency etc. Committee on Trade and Investment emphasized that the 3rd Framework would be a living document; CTI can discuss and agree on including other sectors in the Framework to reflect interests of member economies

Objectives

Our objective is to build capacity of negotiators, policymakers, and regulators to participate in FTA negotiations on transparency through presentations on how transparency practices can benefit trade and economic growth (including through greater knowledge of transparency commitments found in FTAs, relevant academic literature, and work in other international organizations).

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  This project is designed to put into action APEC Ministers’ instructions to build capacity to strengthen and deepen regional economic integration by building and enhancing capacities of economies’ human resources in RTA/FTA negotiations. This project is also in line with APEC Ministers’ encouragement in 2017 as APEC Ministers stated that they looked “forward to the implementation of the Action Plan Framework for the 3rd REI Capacity Building Needs Initiative (CBNI)”. 

In addition, the project shall directly contribute to the Beijing Roadmap for APEC’s Contribution to the Realization of the FTAAP. 

Alignment – Forum: The proposed project is in line with the Action Plan Framework for the 3rd REI Capacity Building Needs Initiative (CBNI) which was endorsed at 2017 Annual Ministerial Meeting. The Framework is an important pillar under CTI 2018 work.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs:  

Output

Description

Workshop

A 2-day Workshop to be held in Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam in 2020. Speakers with experience in negotiation transparency chapter/texts in RTAs/FTAs or in implementing transparency-related policies will be invited to the Workshop to share knowledge and experiences.

Speakers from the Workshop will be senior- and mid-level government officials who are responsible for negotiating or implementing Transparency Chapter/ provisions in RTAs/FTAs. Representatives of civil society who directly participate in domestic consultation on Transparency Chapter/ provisions prior to (or after) negotiating RTAs/FTAs can also be invited to share experiences.

Participants from the Workshop will be mid-level and junior government officials, who are responsible for RTA/FTA coordination, negotiation and implementation from developing economies since transparency chapter/texts in RTAs/FTAs is a relatively new topic.

Previously, Viet Nam conducted several capacity building workshops on RTA/FTA negotiation skills in areas such as intellectual property, environment, SPS, government procurement etc. The Workshop may include Sessions on the necessity of including Transparency Chapter or transparency-related texts in RTAs/FTAs, domestic preparation and consultation for Transparency Chapter or transparency-related texts prior to a RTA/FTA negotiating round, experiences and good practices in negotiating Transparency Chapter or transparency-related texts in RTAs/FTAs, the implementation of these text/ chapter etc. There will also be 1-2 simulation exercise where participants can be familiarized with preparing and analyzing transparency-related texts in RTA/FTA negotiations.

Summary report

A summary report (ranging from 10 to 15 pages) with outcomes and recommendations from the Workshop will be presented to CTI. Such report will be composed of the following, but not limited to, sections: introduction of the project; briefings of the presentations made at the Workshop, including best practices (if any); briefings on discussions at the Workshop; suggested recommendations made by Workshop attendants.

The recommendations will be a part of the summary report and will provide suggestions on next steps which are further, suggested activities/ initiatives/ action plans, action-based policies at domestic or APEC level to continue and further this capacity building activity.

An evaluation survey

To be conducted by Workshop participants, in order to have some insight to the success of the event.

The results of this evaluation should be reported in the Summary Report or the Completion Report.

Outcomes: Based on the Workshop’s presentations, discussions and recommendations, the Organizers hope that Workshop participants can enhance their transparency-related negotiation (negotiations on Transparency Chapter or transparency -related texts in RTAs/FTAs). The Workshop will include 1 (or 2) simulation exercise(s) to directly apply the negotiation principles they have gained into practice. After the Workshop, participants are expected to enhance their transparency -related negotiation capacities. Organizers also expected that participants will apply knowledge (information, experience etc) on Transparency Chapter or transparency -related texts in RTAs/FTAs from the Workshop to their future work and negotiations.

Another expected outcome of the Workshop is participants will be able to (i) develop texts related to transparency in an FTA, (ii) analyze proposal of the other party.

Another outcome may be the conduction of similar Workshops back in their home economies. In order to do this, participants are encouraged to use Workshop material as resources or reference when holding similar Workshops in the future.

Transparency practices (such as regular meetings between Government agencies and interested stakeholders, in-time feedback to proposals/ questions of stakeholders etc.) can help the community understand better about the benefits of RTAs/FTAs and open markets and then ultimately benefit trade and economic growth. 

Beneficiaries: The intended beneficiaries of this project are: Government officials, who are responsible for coordination, negotiation and implementation Transparency Chapter/texts in RTAs/FTAs from developing economies will be the main beneficiaries of this project. Speakers (including speakers from academic sector or representatives from international organizations such as WTO, ASEAN) with experience in negotiation transparency chapter/texts in RTAs/FTAs or in implementing transparency-related policies will be invited to the Workshop to share knowledge and experiences. 

For international participants, organizers will disseminate information about the Workshop through various channels: (i) circulate information about the Workshop through CTI and Economic Committee, (ii) circulate information about the Workshop through Vietnamese Embassies/ Consulate General in APEC economies, asking them to send information to Ministries/ agencies in charge of Transparency Chapter/ provisions, (iii) request Ministry of Justice (Viet Nam) to share information about their counterparts in APEC economies and directly send information to these counterparts. To assure integrity, CTI representatives will be focal points in nominating APEC-funded participants. 

For local participants, since there have been a number of untrained officials from Vietnamese agencies (Ministry of Justice, Government’s Office, Legal Departments in various Ministries and provincial authorities etc), organizers will send invitations to these agencies to request them to send 3-4 junior/mid-level officials/each agency to the Workshop.

Once coming back from this Workshop, participants may disseminate information through materials and summary report from this event to other audiences in their economies (The project materials may be used at similar capacity building activities in those economies; the summary report will help secondary participants know what happened in previous capacity building activity as well as learn about recommendations afterwards). Such audience can be named as beneficiaries from this project.

Dissemination

Hard copies (presentations of the Workshop) will be provided to all the Workshop's participants.  Electronic publication (presentations of the Workshop and project's summary report) will also be sent to Workshop speakers and participants to disseminate the Workshop's documents widely.  APEC's official website (APEC Meeting Documentation Database) will be the main one to upload the documents (project's summary report).  Organisers will encourage participants to circulate documents domestically to assure effectiveness in dissemination.  A summary report of the Workshop will also be prepared and submitted to CT.  It will be published on APEC Publications website.

Gender

This proposal is relevant to two of the five pillars that APEC have identified by APEC for promoting women’s economic empowerment, including Leadership, Voice and Agency; and Skills, Capacity Building. 

Women will be directly and actively involved in the project. Project proponents of this Workshop are women. The Workshop organizers will be careful to include women speakers and participants in the Workshop.  The organizers will encourage women to be involved during the preparatory stage and actual activity. Invitations sent to CTI representatives will take due consideration of gender concerns by encouraging the suggestion and nomination of female speakers and participants. 

In addition, the project proponents will ensure that the evaluation forms to be distributed at the end of the Workshop will include information on gender for disaggregating of data for project assessment and will help in evaluation of specific responses of women and men. 

Organizers set the target of 40% of Workshop participants will be female. The organizers commit to setting a target of 27% of speakers/ moderators will be female.  If this is not possible, it will be noted in the Summary Report and a follow up action identified to look at why there is a shortage of qualified women in this area. 

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.

Work Plan

Date

Activities

Deliverables

October 2019 – January 2020

Prepare human resources for the project

Contracting project staffs

February – March 2020

Draft program and develop agenda

Seeking nomination of speakers/participants

Program agenda and topics

March – May 2020

Send invitation letters

Venue booking (logistics and documentation)

Follow up on participants and speakers

Draft invitation and admin circular

Workshop materials

April 2020

Monitoring report to be submitted to APEC Secretariat

Monitoring Report

June (July) 2020

Two (2) day Workshop in Viet Nam

Host Workshop

August - September 2020

Circulation of draft summary report

Draft summary report to be reviewed and approved by APEC Secretariat

Final report to be submitted to CTI

Draft report

Final Report

November 2020

Completion report to be submitted to CTI

Completion report

6 to 12 months after project end date

Participation in the Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat

Evaluation forms

Risks

Risks associated with the Workshop will be minimal. One of the risks is ensuring the selection of good speakers in order to make the most of the Workshop. The Organizers will work with the co-sponsor economies and relevant international organizations and institutions to get recommendations of potential speakers. There may be last-minute speaker cancellations. That risk will be managed by identifying possible back-up speakers in advance of the event.

Another risk is delay of nomination from APEC economies. Organizers will manage such risk by working with other economies to ensure relevant candidates are selected for participation and will follow the responses to invitation. Outreach to be conducted when needed to receive nominations from non-responding economies. 

Given the above tendency, the project risk is not having the desired number of funded participants. Organizers will work closely with each travel eligible economy to urge nominations of participants to attend the Workshop. Another option is the organizers will work with relevant Ministries at APEC economies in charge of transparency as well as Viet Nam Trade Office in APEC economies to get support in having travel eligible participants.

A risk identified is not getting the right speakers.  To further mitigate this risk the PO engages with the POs from previous projects and co-sponsor economies in this area to help identity ideal speakers.

There is a risk having a low number of participants from other APEC economies (in particular, developing economies). To mitigate this risk, organizers will disseminate information about the Workshop through various channels: (i) circulate information about the Workshop through CTI and Economic Committee, (ii) circulate information about the Workshop through Vietnamese Embassies/ Consulate General in APEC economies, asking them to send information to Ministries/ agencies in charge of Transparency Chapter/ provisions, (iii) request Ministry of Justice (Viet Nam) to share information about their counterparts in APEC economies and directly send information to these counterparts. To assure integrity, CTI representatives will be focal points in nominating APEC-funded participants. After the deadline of nominating travel eligible participants, organizers will send email to each and every travel eligible economies to ask them (a) nominate participants (if they have not done) and (b) consider nominating additional participants. 

Finally, a risk could be outcomes of the Workshop may not be as fruitful and productive as expected. To mitigate this risk, the consultant will work closely with PO and co-sponsor economies to design the draft agenda and selecting appropriate speakers.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The Workshop’s Organizers will work closely and regularly with co-sponsor economies in determining the content of the agenda, selection of speakers, moderators, experts and participants for the Workshop. The project will adhere strictly to APEC project implementation procedures. 

Estimated indicators:

-   Number of speakers/ moderators: 7

-   Number of participants: 50

-   Number of participating economies: 10

-   Diversification (in gender and sectors) of speakers/ participants: In gender, already provided in gender sector; in sectors: public, association, academic, international organization. 

An evaluation form will be prepared and distributed to all participants as well as the speakers, moderators and experts to assess the effectiveness of the Workshop with respect to the relevance on the topics, presentations by speakers, overall impact and suggestions for further improvement and/or activities for future projects. The organizing committee will compile all comments and reflect them into the final summary report, which will be submitted to the APEC Committee on Trade and Investment for consideration. 

Estimated indicators:

-   Score of satisfaction on substance, speakers, logistic arrangements, impacts etc. in the questionnaires responded from participants: 90% satisfactory;

-    Number of recommendations from the Workshop: 8

The summary report and Workshop documents will be made available to Workshop participants and the APEC Secretariat. The draft summary report on the outcome of the Workshop will be sent to APEC Secretariat for review before finalization. 

Estimated indicators:

-   Progress of draft and final summary reports;

-   Dissemination of draft and final summary reports to participants and CTI.

Linkages

Engagement: During implementation process, information will be disseminated to other relevant committee (EC) to encourage their participation in the Workshop. Organizers will work closely with relevant regional and international organizations (WTO, ASEAN) to avoid duplications with previous activities.

Previous work:
Previously, APEC has done a number of capacity building activities on specific topics of negotiations, such as on competition policy, intellectual property, labor, TBT, SPS, e-commerce, services etc. but none of those activities focused on transparency-related chapter/ provisions.

In August 2017, APEC Workshop on Strengthening Transparency and Participation in the Process of Negotiation of Trade Agreements in Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam which sought to facilitate the construction of a wide support base that enable agreements to achieve greater public approval and create better benefits from regional economic integration. Sessions in this Workshop focused on (i) the importance of promote a more inclusive and participatory agenda on trade, (ii) how to improve communications and channels of engagement on trade, (iii) transparency and participation in processes of trade negotiations and confidentiality standards etc. The report of this Workshop revealed that it focused on transparency in negotiation process and bring stakeholders closer to the new developments on trade, recognizing their concerns and proposals so it was not a capacity building workshop for FTA negotiators. 

This proposed project is different since it aimed at building and enhancing RTA/FTA negotiation skills for personnel in transparency with basic information on transparency provisions/ chapter in RTA/FTA and a simulation exercise for participants to familiarize with negotiations.

APEC’s comparative advantage: As mentioned above, APEC is the best source of funding for this project because APEC Leaders insisted that “APEC has an important role to play in coordinating information sharing, transparency, and capacity building...” and “agreed to ...increase the capacity of APEC economies to engage in substantive negotiations.” Furthermore, APEC Ministers “encouraged officials to advance the Regional Economic Integration Capacity-Building Needs Initiative Action Plan Framework as a key delivery mechanism for the technical assistance needed to one day make the FTAAP a reality.”

Sustainability

This project is one of the series of capacity-building activities supported under the CBNI approach, with view to building and enhancing capacities of developing economies in the APEC region, to enhance their FTA negotiation skills. The 3rd CBNI Action Plan Framework is consisted of a number of areas, whereas transparency is one of the main interests. 

The Workshop will include one Session for speakers and participants to provide recommendations on next steps/topics that APEC should take. In previous projects, these Sessions were very important as they paved the ways for furthering activities that APEC can do to build and enhance negotiation skills for negotiators from developing economies. After the Capacity Building Workshop takes place, the Project Organizers will work with consultant to develop recommendations for concrete steps to further advance the REI CBNI Action Plan Framework.  Recommendations may include further activities/ initiatives that APEC should continue, actionable plans or action based policies to contribute substantively and effectively in sustaining project outcomes. 

These recommendations will be incorporated in the Summary Report, which will be later sent to the CTI. CTI will consider and if possible, endorse the recommendations as well as the follow-up activities developed from the Capacity Building Workshop. 

On the other hand, Viet Nam and co-sponsor economies will work with Korea, the leading economy in the REI CBNI Action Plan Framework to incorporate the Project’s outputs and recommendations into the Report of the REI CBNI Action Plan Framework. Further evaluation and comments on this Framework might be given upon consideration of the CTI and interested parties. Korea, Viet Nam and other economies in the 3rd REI CBNI Action Plan Framework might also suggest next steps of the Project and/or the Framework to the CTI for comments and approval. 

RTA/FTA negotiators in transparency area who will not be able to attend the Workshop can benefit from project outcomes by reading the summary report, which will be an APEC publication to be uploaded to APEC website.

Project Overseers

Ms Vu Lien Huong got her Master Degree in the University of Leeds, the United Kingdom. Since 2003, she has been actively engaged in APEC cooperation activities, including those under the Committee on Trade and Investment, SOM supervision, SCE and APEC Ministerial processes etc. She is the Representative of Viet Nam in CTI.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Consultant (240 hours total) with estimated tasks and working hours as followed: will review and propose to PO on Workshop location (20 hours), work with speakers and organizers in drafting, revising and finalizing agenda and simulation exercise (40 hours); develop General Information note for the Workshop (20 hours); take notes at the Workshop (20 hours); develop and finalize Summary Report with recommendations (70 hours); prepare draft surveys for the project (30 hours); gather Workshop attendance list to be included in the Completion Report (20 hours); work as a coordinator in all substantive matters such as coordinate in inviting international and local speakers/ moderators/ participants, Welcome dinner (if any) etc. (20 hours). Seek APEC Funding. 

Secretaries: will assist consultant to organize the Workshop (substance and paperwork) (400 hours total), self-fund.

Short-term staffs (clerks): will handle logistic arrangements for the organization of the Workshop (400 hours total), self-fund.

Waivers

Waiver

Justification

Waiver for advance payment

Travel airfare, per diem for speakers, active participants – to encourage participation in the project.

Waiver to fund governmental officials from non-travel eligible member economies, non-APEC members and representatives of international organizations as speakers for airfare and per diem

Most of the time, even non-travel eligible member economies government officials are subject to budgetary constraints as such, withdrawal of commitment from the project is unavoidable. PO will seek for CTI’s approval in case of non-member participants/speakers attending the Workshop.

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