Project Title

Manufacturing Related Services: Definition, Contribution, Issues and Challenges 

Project Year

2022   

Project Number

GOS 03 2022 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

GOS 03 2022 

Project Title

Manufacturing Related Services: Definition, Contribution, Issues and Challenges 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

General Project Account 

Sub-fund

None 

Project Year

2022 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

100,000 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

100,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Group on Services (GOS) 

Topics

Services Trade 

Committee

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Malaysia 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Chile; China; Indonesia; Japan 

Expected Start Date

30/03/2023 

Expected Completion Date

28/02/2024 

Project Proponent Name 1

See Chee Kong (wef 6 April 2023) 

Job Title 1

Senior Director, Services Sector Development Division 

Organization 1

Ministry of International Trade and Industry 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(60-3) 62000535 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

cksee@miti.gov.my 

Project Proponent Name 2

Bhavanee Sundra Mohan 

Job Title 2

Senior Principal Assistant Director 

Organization 2

Services Sector Development Division 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

(60-3) 62000535 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

bhavanee@miti.gov.my 

Declaration

See Chee Kong and Bhavanee Sundra Mohan 

Project Summary

The lack of comprehensive data and a loosely defined scope for Manufacturing-Related Services (MRS) poses a challenge for policymakers in analysing and formulating appropriate policies. Malaysia proposes to conduct three capacity building activities including workshops with following themes:

(i)   to explore a common understanding on the definition of MRS;

(ii)  exchanges of practical experiences among economies and data gathering on the contribution of MRS to the value chain in GDP in APEC economies, movement of natural persons offering services relating to MRA under Mode 4; and

(iii)  to explore how APEC economies can capitalize on opportunities and benefits in MRS.

This is aligned with APEC Services Competitiveness Roadmap (ASCR) Implementation Plan (2016-2025).

Relevance

Issues: Manufacturing related services are developing rapidly across the APEC region and as a result, bilateral and multilateral trade agreements are being adapted to reflect the changing situation for services trade. As a result of major scientific advances in recent decades, manufacturers and industries now need more scientific, engineering, technical services for R&D, and maintenance and training services, , including research into new materials in machinery and electronics, and progress in genetic engineering in the life sciences. For an example, manufacturing in the aviation sector, the aircraft “composites revolution” has resulted a cost effective measure for plane producers by adding strength, reducing weight and fatigue, and decreasing production costs. However, designing and learning how to maintain new composite parts requires new performance measurement processes, both while new parts are in the design stage and after they have been produced and installed.

Recent APEC PSU’s case study research in 2015[1] and 2020[2] on Manufacturing Related Services Action Plan (MSAP) included a list of services that were identified as examples of services supporting manufacturing sector. The MSAP noted that “taking into account different levels of development, each economy will have a leeway to specifically define the scope of manufacturing related services in their domestic context”. However, there were no common definition on MRS and the reference was not intended to establish any formal definition of manufacturing related services as a new service classification.

In 2021, commercial services exports in APEC amounted to USD 2.2 trillion (14.4% higher than in 2020), while imports into the region totaled USD 2.1 trillion (14.7% higher than in 2020). The APEC region accounted for more than a third of the world’s commercial services exports (36%) and imports (38%) in 2021[3]. The importance of services to some of APEC economies like Australia, Canada and Peru keep constantly contribute towards the GDP. For example, Australia[4] reported that services sector accounts for over 70% of Australia’s GDP and 21.6% of Australia’s total exports while in Canada accounting for $50.73 billion USD of Canadian exports and $50.06 billion USD of Canadian imports in 2017. Professions in commercial services such as research and development and professional and management consulting are directly related with manufacturing services.[5] Peru as the seventh largest economy in Latin America, accounts for almost 60% of its GDP, totaling $139 billion USD which approximately 57% of the population works in the services sector.[6] The above-mentioned of the three economies as a case study in finalization of the MSAP signify the importance of MRS in APEC region.

Accordingly, the recent studies on MRS do not cover all economies and manufacturing sectors. Hence, the current classification of MRS in accordance with the WTO, UN CPC or other international instruments like the ASEAN Comprehensive Investment Agreement (ACIA) or other FTAs is unclear. Moreover, due to the need for inclusive and wider classification and the lack of structured data in some APEC economies, APEC economies face constraints in maximizing the potential of MRS contribution in the value chain. This in itself poses a challenge for policymakers in analyzing and formulating appropriate and suitable policies. Furthermore, there is a need to explore the treatment of movement of natural persons for experts involved in MRS. Due to the need for investment and services liberalization in the various manufacturing sectors, the development and policy intervention for MRS requires a different approach. The project would benefit all APEC economies, especially by sharing of experience in finding the common definition of MRS, the development and tracking of data of MRS contributions to member economies, and how to design and develop effective policies for all MRS. The project not only focuses on services but also on investment in MRS related activities.

Eligibility and Fund Priorities: This workshop is eligible for General Project Account (GPA) that supports project under APEC’s economic and technical cooperation agenda which is aimed at attaining sustainable growth and equitable development, while reducing disparities among APEC economies. In ensuring the increase of APEC competitiveness in services sector by 2025 in line with ASCR, this project provides avenue and guidance to ensure an open and supportive environment for access to services markets.

Capacity Building: The project learns from developed APEC economies on how to build definition and capture data for APEC economies to identify MRS contribution to the member economy, and identify current challenges and opportunities in MRS and how to address/leverage on them. APEC economies can utilize the findings of this project to implement best practices and policy approaches toward MRS, under services in both Mode 3, movement of natural person (Mode 4) and in investments, that would be helpful in achieving APEC’s shared commitment to a free and open trade and investment region



[1] See Services in Global Value Chains: Manufacturing-Related Services, APEC Policy Support Unit, November 2015.

[2] See Study for Final Review of Manufacturing Related Services Action Plan (MSAP), APEC Group on Services, December 2020.

[3] APEC in Charts 2022. Policy Support Unit.

[4] Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 2020. https://www.dfat.gov.au/trade/services and-digital-trade/Pages/the-importance-of-services-trade-to-australia

[5] “Canada GDP – Composition by Sector”, Index Mundi, 2020. https://www.indexmundi.com/canada/gdp_composition_by_sector.html

[6] “Peru Economic Outlook”, Focus Economics, 2020. https://www.focus-economics.com/countries/peru


Objectives

The key objectives of this project are:

1) to develop a common criterion for Manufacturing Related Services (MRS) definition as well as to explore ways on how economies are able to leverage the MRS sector through knowledge sharing, extensive discussion and compilation of data among economies.

2) to outline challenges facing policymakers in analyzing and formulating appropriate policies relating to MRS as well as attracting quality investment; and

3) to explore the treatment of movement of natural persons especially experts involved in MRS.

Alignment

Alignment to APEC: This project envisioned to support APEC Services Competitive Roadmap (ACSR), for progressive liberalization and facilitation of manufacturing-related services, by implementing and building upon the agreed Manufacturing Related Services Action Plan (MSAP), under action #7. In addition, this project is also aligned with:

1)  The Putrajaya Vision 2040

2)  The Aotearoa Plan of Action

3) MRS under the unfinished business of Bogor Goals: Final Push in Services

4)  Reference to APEC MRT Statement of Chair 2022

Alignment to Forum: This project aligns with the strategic plan of GOS, which is to support trade and investment liberalization and the facilitation in trade in services. MRS is an important element in the GOS agenda and part of the ASCR. The workshop will build on previous work on MRS that was undertaken by Malaysia “Workshop on Manufacturing Related Services (MRS): Spearheading Economic Recovery Post-Covid19 held in December 2021”.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

Output 1: Background Paper 

Purpose: To explore a common understanding on definition of ‘Manufacturing Related Services” and experience sharing on how member economies treat MRS in their economic policy including policy design and data capturing.

Purpose: To explore a common understanding of Manufacturing Related Services

Location: Online – Desktop Study
Timeline: End of March 2023
Duration: 2 months

Targeted Audience: APEC Economies (main government agencies responsible for Services and Investments), in proposed workshop.

Length of the Background Paper: No more than 15 pages (excluding technical annexes and references)

Proposed Outlines of the Background Paper:

a)  Executive Summary;

b)  Table of Content;

c)  Acknowledgment;

d)  Introduction (Introduction on MRS, principles and its importance in service sectors)

e)  Main Body (Current definition of Services according to WTO 120 and UNCPC)

f)  Main Body (Current MRS definition identified by other Institutions / Economies)

g) Main Body (Issues related to MRS)

h) Main Body (Potential of further liberalization and unbundling of MRS)

i)  Conclusion

Output 2: Virtual Workshop 

Virtual Workshop - Experience Sharing between APEC Economies on Common Understanding and Treatment of Statistical Data of MRS

Location: Virtual Workshop
Timeline: (invitation to participate will be sent in early April 2023)
Duration: 3 days in May 2023

Target Audience: A total between 40 and 45 participants are expected, each representing APEC economies.

Workshop Agenda:

Day 1

a) Opening Remarks (15 min)

b) Session 1: Presentation of the background paper, key findings and Q&A session by the PO / Contractor

c) Session 2: Discussion on common understanding of MRS among economies

d) Session 3:  Current scenario of MRS in APEC region

Day 2

a) Session 4:  Open sharing on primary industries contributing to MRS by APEC economies

b) Session 5: Open discussions on challenges and opportunities in MRS

c) Session 6: Current treatment of statistical data on MRS by APEC economies on investments, Mode 3 and Mode 4.

Day 3

a) Session 7:  Discussion on business treatment on MRS

b) Session 8: Current treatment of statistical data on MRS by APEC economies on investments, Mode 3 and Mode 4.

c) Session 9: Input-gathering session on the practical way on treatment of MRS statistical data

d) Closing remark (15 minutes)

Output 3: Public-Private Policy Dialogue (PPPD)

Location: United States
Timeline: GOS 3 (invitation to participate will be sent in early July 2023)
Duration: 1 day in August 2023

Target Audience: A total between 40 and 45 participants are expected, representing each APEC economies.

PPPD Agenda:

Day 1

a) Opening Remark (10 minutes)

b) Session 1: Presentation on results based on Output 1 and Output 2 by the PO / Contractor (30 minutes)

c) Session 2: Key Note Speaker 1: MRS treatment in Mode 4 (40 minutes)

d) Session 3: Sharing by APEC economies on experiences of MRS policy design in domestic scene and cross border trade in services including in FTAs (including MRS in services, mode 3 and mode 4 and investment) (1 ½ hour)

e) Session 4: Key Note Speaker 2: Sharing on MRS, issues and recommendations, i.e. industries’ perspective (40 minutes)

f) Session 5: Sharing of similar guidelines or guiding principles by other institutions, e.g. by representative of OECD (to be confirmed) (1 ½ hour)

g) Session 6: Q&A sessions and final session to recap the main learning of the project. (1 hour)

h) Closing remarks (10 minutes)

Output 4: Final Report & Recommendation

Purpose: To propose a common definition of MRS and policy design of MRS treatment for APEC economies.

Location: Remote / Home-based
Timeline: September 2023 – January 2024
Duration: 4 months

Targeted Beneficiaries:

a) Primary beneficiaries include APEC member economies

b) Secondary beneficiaries include other non-member economies, businesses and other international organizations

c)  Length of the Report: minimum 30 pages Executive Summary

d)  Introduction

e)  Background

f)  Results, key findings based on Outcome 1,2 and 3

g) Policy Design Recommendations

h) Conclusion

Outcomes:

1) Increased knowledge of how MRS is defined, and the economic, legal and regulatory settings needed to develop effective policies to promote MRS in APEC economies.

Correspond to: Objective 1

Outcome Indicator: Level of awareness and knowledge of MRS

Method of Measurement: Pre- and post-workshop survey

2) Increase Knowledge and provide guidance on statistical data and business treatment of MRS

Correspond to: Objective 2

Outcome Indicator: Level of readiness to capture data and implement best practices and policies towards MRS

Method of Measurement: Survey from targeted beneficiaries

3) Increased resources available to APEC economies to guide them to develop domestic policies on MRS

Correspond to: Objective 3

Outcome Indicator: The number of new resources it will generate

Method of Measurement: 2 reports produced (the Background and Final Report)

Beneficiaries: 

Primary Beneficiaries (Participating in Workshops and Public Private Policy Dialogue)

* Description of targeted participants in the General Information Circular (GIC) to guide nominating economies to identify qualified participants will be finalized once the project gather/determine a pool/list of potential participants to be invited.

1)  APEC member economies

Specific beneficiaries: Ministries and agencies whose responsibility related to services, investments, trade and regulatory bodies

Level of seniority: Director / Senior Officials

Role: In-charge in standard and compliance, research and development, service and investment policy and regulatory

Gender-balanced: At minimum, 30% female beneficiaries (direct participant)

2)  Business Entities

Specific beneficiaries: Corporations and SMEs related to MRS businesses and MRS providers

Level of seniority: Director and Managerial Positions

Role: In-charge on topical expertise related to MRS activities

Secondary Beneficiaries:

a)  Member economies who will not involve in Workshops and Public Private Policy Dialogue (Under Output 12 and 3)

b)  Non-member economies (especially ministries and agencies who’s responsible to services and investments)

c)  Businesses (MRS-related companies; both public listed and SMEs in member and non-member economies, who will not participate in the Workshops and Dialogue)

International and intergovernmental organizations such as UN agencies, World Trade Organization, the OECD and ASEAN

Dissemination

Publication:

Outputs: Public-Private Policy Dialogue Report and Final Report and Recommendations (APEC Publication)

Medium: Electronic Publication

Target Audience: All economies related to trade, services and investments

Channel of dissemination: APEC Website, Government Official Websites

Proxy: Circulation through APEC Economies

Gender

Targets

Steps to Secure Female Participants

Benefit to Women

Female Participants (%)

At least 30% female participants

A specific criterion to be included in advertisement and advertisement and communication specifically design to encourage women participation in workshop and dialogue

Women participations on inputs of policy design, women’s opinions and feedback are accounted for

Female Speakers/Experts (%)

50% speakers / experts is female

A specific criterion to be included in the selection of speakers and experts in workshop and dialogue

Encourage social interaction with women leaders

Referring to the Guide on Gender Criteria for APEC Project Proposals in the Guidebook on APEC Projects, please tick the pillar or pillars that this project supports, in promoting women’s economic empowerment:

5 Pillars (you may tick more than one)

Justification / Explanation

1

Access to Capital and Assets

2

Access to Markets

3

Skills, Capacity Building, and Health

X

All workshops and dialogue will ensure, at minimum, 30 percent female participants

4

Leadership, Voice and Agency

X

Advocacy of female leadership by inviting women speakers / experts in Public Private Policy Dialogue

5

Innovation and Technology

PO is committed to collecting sex disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (not only those funded by APEC) at the project event. This data will be included when submitting a Completion Report to the Secretariat upon completion of the project, as well as providing guidance to future POs on their own gender parity targets.

Work Plan

Timeline

Tasks

Deliverables

Output 1 – Background Paper

March 2023

Contracting Process

Contractor selected

April-May 2023

Duration: 2 months

Key activity: To conduct desktop study on MRS

a)  to study the current MRS definition, common understanding and classification

b)  MRS as a key for economic growth

c)  Issues and potential

d)  Drafting of the GIC which consists of the event date; a full list of event planning tasks (drafting agenda; speaker list; venue and logistical arrangements

Background Paper (Output 1)

April-May 2023

Dissemination of the pre-event survey before the virtual workshop

Output 2 – Virtual Workshop

May 2023

1.    

Preparing for Virtual Workshop 1

a)     Speaker List

b)     Invitation; Call for participations

c)     Dissemination of General Information Circular (8 weeks before Workshop i.e. early May)

List of speakers and participants

2.     June 2023

Deliver Virtual Workshop

a)   To present background paper and seek inputs from the targeted beneficiaries

b)   Collect data on primary industries related to MRS

c)   To present key findings and seek inputs from the targeted beneficiaries

Workshop’s Agenda

List of industries related to MRS

Treatment of Statistical Data on MRS

Challenges & opportunities in MRS

Workshop completed

June 2023

To conduct post survey of the virtual workshop

- Analyzing data

Findings of the Pre and Post-workshop survey

Output 3 – Public-Private Policy Dialogue (PPPD)

June 2023

Preparation of draft agenda, list of speakers, event planning, venue and logistics arrangements 

Dissemination of the GIC for the PPPD

July 2023

To conduct Pre survey before the PPPD and

To analyse post-workshop key findings

Post-workshop report

August 2023 – September 2023

Preparing for Public-Private Policy Dialogue

a)     Identify experts / key-note speakers (Govt, Agencies and Businesses)

b)     Invitation; call for participants

List of experts / speakers

List of participants

Deliver Public Private Policy Dialogue

a)   Presenting key findings based on previous workshop and seek inputs from targeted beneficiaries

b)   Conduct survey on economies’ readiness to adopt MRS

c)   Focus group on policy design sharing by economies

Report on key-inputs

Survey report

Workshop’s agenda

Event completed

October 2023

1 October 2023

To conduct post survey of the PPPD

a)   Analyzing data

b)   Submission of the APEC Project Monitoring Report to Secretariat

Findings of the Pre and Post PPPD survey

APEC Project Monitoring Report (by 1 October 2023)

Output 3: Final Report and Recommendation

November 2023

Preparing report and recommendation

Final Report & Recommendation

December 2023

Submission of Final report and recommendation to the Secretariat

Forum Endorsement

Endorsed Final Report and recommendation

Completion of Project

February 2024

Project Completion Date (PCD)

Publication of Final Report with Recommendation

April 2024

Submission of Project Completion Report and supporting documents to the Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report

June 2024 – December 2024

1)    Final task within 6-12 months after project completion.

2)    - Participation in the Longer-Term Evaluation of APEC Projects (LTEAP) and completion of survey.



Risks

No.

Risks

How will it be managed?

1

Lack of inputs on related issues / data collection

1)  Organizer to implement strategic planning before the event and identify specific topics for focus group discussions

2)  Pre-PPPD focus group discussions to be held before the dialogue to finalize critical inputs needed during the Public-Private Policy Dialogue

2

Low participants for survey

Working committee to identified prospective respondents, survey circulation and monitoring of data collection

3

Interaction with workshop’s participants might not be sufficient in developing and recommendation of MRS policy design

Workshop / Dialogue methodology to be outlined that ensures equal and active participations off all workshop participants

4

Inputs for policy design might not reflect concern / voices of all APEC economies members

1)    To ensure participants / experts represented from all APEC economies

2)    ii) Post-workshop survey/ feedback for any additional recommendation and inputs


Monitoring and Evaluation

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting Method

Outputs

1.    Background Paper

1.    number of pages,

20 pages

Certification by PO

Submission of draft to the Secretariat

2.   number of case studies

Australia; Chile; China; Indonesia; Japan;

Certification by PO

Submission of draft to the Secretariat

3.   number of economies researched

Australia; Chile; China; Indonesia; Japan;

Certification by PO

Submission of draft to the Secretariat

4.   Submission to the Secretariat

April 2023

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

1.   Virtual Workshop

1.    No. of participants both virtual and physicals

45 pax

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2.    % of participating men/women (excl. speakers/experts)

Minimum of 30% female participants

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3.    No. of speakers/experts engaged

3 – 5 individuals

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

4.    % of speakers/experts (men/women)

50% women & 50% men

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

5.    No. of attending economies

Minimum of 16

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

6.    Key findings report.

May 2023

Certification by PO

Completion Report

2. Public Private Policy Dialogue

1.   No. of participants

45 pax

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2.   % of participating men/women (excl. speakers/experts)

Minimum of 30% female participants

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3.   No. of speakers/

experts engaged

3 – 5 individuals

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

4.   % of speakers/

experts (men/women)

50% women/men

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

5.   No. of attending economies

Minimum of 16 economies

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3.   Final Report & Recommendation

1.    No. of pages

30 pages

Certification by PO

Submission of draft to the Secretariat

2.    Submission to the Secretariat

April 2023

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

3.    No of Recommendations 

3 - 5

Certification by PO

Submission of draft to the Secretariat


Out-comes

1.    Participants knowledge of how MRS is defined and the economic, legal and regulatory settings needed to develop effective policies to promote MRS in APEC economies.

Level of awareness and knowledge on how MRS is defined in economic, legal and regulatory settings

Increase awareness by 50%

Survey Report

Completion report

2.   Increase Knowledge and provide guidance on statistical data and business treatment of MRS

Level of readiness to capture data and implement best practices and policies towards MRS

Increase by 50%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Completion Report

3.    Increase the number of new resources it will generate to APEC economies to guide them to develop domestic policies on MRS

The number of new resources it will generateI

2 reports (Background & Final report)

Included in the Background &  Final Project Report

Background & Final Report and Recommendation


Linkages

This project will not only benefit GOS, but members of the CTI and the IEG. Malaysia would consider any opportunities for other cross fora collaboration that would promote the discussion on MRS. This work will also complement the work that has been undertaken by Japan through MSAP, following the study published by PSU in 2015 on “Services in Global Value Chains: Manufacturing Related Services”.

Another engagement strategies are to invite experts/speakers from the non-member international organisations such as the OECD, WTO, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) to share their current practice on MRS that will provide substantial inputs for the policy design and statistical data.

Sustainability

This project will have a tangible outputs (I) Definition (s) of MRS (to be adopted by APEC economies) (II) Recommendations for Capacity Building and Domestic Policy Design on MRS, which will be published and socialized widely.

1) Adoption of MRS definition (s) will be used by member economies and private institutions in designing their own economic policy.

2) Final report of recommendations for capacity building, domestic policy design of MRS in services (Mode 3, Mode 4 and investments) and strategies for cross-border agreements like the FTAs, will be used as guidance by member economies to leverage MRS as one of the economic growths and supporting ACSR long-term planning.

Subsequent with the Domestic Policy Design on MRS, further liberalization of services and investment trade are expected to increase, which will benefit all APEC economies members.

Outcomes will be measured by the number of potentials of unbundling of services and number of trades within APEC economies.

The adoption of recommended Domestic Policy Design of MRS within APEC economies will be tracked and expected to be adopted by all APEC members.

PO Organisation will independently track the progress of APEC economies on the adoption of recommendation through survey monitoring effectively 6-12 months (June – December 2024) after the project completion. Economies may respond accordingly to the survey within the proposed time as mentioned above. There will be only one survey which consists of breakdown progress tracking by stages (policy design / policy framework / policy adoption / policy monitoring. It can be carried out during the LTEAP with an aim to seek for progress of economies at domestic level.

Project Overseers

Sumathi Balakrishnan is a Director in the Services Sector Development Division, Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Malaysia. Currently, she is the Chief Negotiator for the Economic Partnership Agreement between the Europe Free Trade Association (EFTA) states and Malaysia, and other free trade agreement negotiations at the bilateral and multilateral fora.

     Bhavanee Sundra Mohan is a Senior Principal Assistant Director in the Services Sector Development Division, Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Malaysia. Currently, she is in charge for APEC GOS related matters and has experience in handling research projects in various sectors.


Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

No.

Specific Tasks

No. of Hours

1.             

Contractor 1 – tasks breakdown

Output 1

To conduct a desktop study

To undertake pre-workshop survey

To perform data analysis and study

Output 2

Preparation and administrative tasks pre-workshop

To coordinate, present and contribute in capacity building during the virtual workshop

To undertake post-workshop survey

To perform data analysis and study

Output 3

Preparing first draft of Public Private Policy Dialogue Report

Preparation and administrative tasks pre-dialogue

To coordinate, present and contribute in capacity building during the dialogue

Collecting data and analyzing data

Output 4

Analysis of inputs and data from previous workshops / dialogue

Preparing recommendation of Domestic policy Design on MRS

Preparing complete draft for submission of final report

Amend and Submission of final report

186 hours

110 hours

20 hours

56 hours

204 hours

84 hours

40 hours

20hours

60 hours

102 hours

42 hours

20 hours

10 hours

30 hours

120 hours

56 hours

32 hours

24 hours

8   hours

Total:

600 hours


Waivers

Not Applicable.

Are there any supporting document attached?

No 
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