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									AADCP NEWS No.13, May 2007

Page 1: AADCP News

In this Edition
       Enhancement of Intellectual Property Examination Skills in ASEAN
       Trade Statistics Project Completed
       Standards and Conformity Systems Strengthened
       ASEAN Automotive Sector Supported
       Energy Cooperation in East Asia Summit
       Monetary and Fiscal Responses to Higher Oil Prices
       Australia’s East ASEAN Initiative
       AADCP Events: June – September 07


Joint Planning Committee Meets in Bangkok
The Joint Planning Committee of the ASEAN-Australia Development Cooperation
Program (AADCP) met in Bangkok, Thailand, on 22 May 2007 to ‘take stock’ of the
existing program and to seek agreement on the strategic focus of the AADCP successor
program. Delegates included representatives of the Australian Government, Thailand
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ASEAN Secretariat, ASEAN Diplomatic Missions in
Bangkok, and AADCP Managing Contractors.


ASEAN Co-Chair H.E. Mr. Nopadol Gunavibool, Director-General of ASEAN Affairs,
Thailand Ministry of Foreign Affairs, thanked Australia for its development support to
the ASEAN region. He noted that the ASEAN-Australia Comprehensive Partnership to
be signed in August 2007 demonstrates the strength and breadth of the relationship.


Australian Co-Chair Mr. Peter Callan, Assistant Director General, Asia Regional Branch,
AusAID noted the ASEAN Australia relationship had reached new heights in relation to
two-way trade and investment, ‘people-to-people’ contact through tourism and education,
and the development partnership with ASEAN.


Significant meetings since the JPC had last convened included the ASEAN-Australia
Forum in November 2006 and the 2nd East Asia Summit held in Cebu in January 2007.
Mr. Callan shared with ASEAN highlights of the recently announced 2007/08 Australian
aid budget, including an increase in the allocation for development cooperation activities
in ASEAN and ASEAN Member Countries to approximately $A850 million.

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He detailed a major package of initiatives worth $A2.5 billion to implement strategies
announced in the 2006 White Paper, Australian Aid: Promoting Growth and Stability,
part of the Australian Government’s plan to double its aid program by 2010/11. He also
briefed the meeting on AusAID’s new East ASEAN Growth Area Initiative (see article
page 5) and the 2007 APEC Summit to be chaired by Australia.
Delegates were briefed by the ASEAN Secretariat on progress made to date in the
development of the ASEAN Charter, implementation of the Vientiane Action Programme
(2004-2010), and ASEAN’s strategies to accelerate the establishment of an ASEAN
Economic Community by 2015. The Australian Government committed to supporting
ASEAN achieving these goals through the AADCP successor program, due to commence
mid-2008.


The meeting also received updates on the progress of AADCP’s three components:
Regional Partnerships Scheme (RPS); Program Stream (PS); and the Regional Economic
Policy Support Facility (REPSF). It is anticipated that the final Joint Planning Committee
Meeting for the current program will be held in May 2008 in Australia.




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Page 2: Regional Partnerships Scheme News

Enhancement of Intellectual Property Examination Skills
Improvement of ASEAN’s regional framework of intellectual property (IP) rights
protection policies and institutions is an important part of ASEAN's economic
development agenda.

IP Australia recently completed a Regional Partnerships Scheme project to help improve
the skills, knowledge and consistency of examination in IP offices of ASEAN Member
Countries. The project supported the objectives of the ASEAN Intellectual Property
Rights Action Plan 2004-2010 and the IP-focused capacity building aspirations of the
Vientiane Action Programme (VAP).

Under the project, three advanced workshops were conducted in patents, trade marks, and
industrial designs for the benefit of ASEAN’s IP examiners, as follows:

       Workshop 1 on Trademarks: held in Singapore, November 2005;
       Workshop 2 on Patents: held in Singapore, February 2006; and
       Workshop 3 on Industrial Designs: held in Kuala Lumpur, November 2006.

Over 80 examiners participated across all three workshops. Integral to the success of the
workshops, and the project, was the support provided to IP Australia by its project
partners, in particular the IP Office of Singapore (IPOS) and the IP Corporation of
Malaysia (MyIPO).

In addition, IP Australia was able to strengthen relationships with ASEAN IP offices,
which is integral to IP Australia’s ongoing development cooperation efforts in the
ASEAN region.

In order to harmonise practices within ASEAN IP offices, examiners need to have a
similar understanding of IP laws and IP rights applications. As a result of these
workshops, participants were able to share the information and knowledge acquired
during the workshops and to mentor fellow examiners within their own IP office.

Participants were also exposed to a network of contacts and colleagues throughout the
region with whom they can continue to exchange information and learning.


International Trade Statistics Project Successfully Completed
An 18-month Regional Partnerships Scheme project in the area of trade statistics was
recently completed. The project aimed to develop regional and national work plans to
better harmonise and improve ASEAN statistics on international trade in goods and
services.

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National and regional workshops were conducted to develop the work plans for
international merchandise trade statistics (IMTS) and statistics on international trade in
services (SITS). National activities were coordinated by ASEAN Member Country
National Statistical Offices (NSOs), with Customs Offices, Central Banks, policy and
source data agencies involved.

Key actions in the ASEAN IMTS Work Plan included:
    use of the ASEAN Harmonised Tariff Nomenclature (AHTN) as the basis for
       national commodity classifications;
    closer alignment with international standards and better classification of goods to
       country of origin (imports) and final destination (exports);
    addressing country-specific data quality issues;
    closer alignment with ASEAN Secretariat specifications for the national supply of
       detailed IMTS, including through more direct NSO involvement;
    release of IMTS within three months of the reference period and;
    closer collaboration, particularly in relation to major customs developments.

Key actions in the ASEAN SITS Work Plan included:
    addressing all high priority uses, to support macroeconomic policy, regional
       economic integration, trade liberalisation and national economic development;
    expanding SITS by providing more detailed services data, some partner country
       estimates and data on inward foreign affiliate trade;
    establishing regional specifications for the estimates and taking initial steps
       towards their achievement;
    implementing the updated Balance of Payments Manual;
    sharing of experiences and discussion of leading practice through the ASEAN
       SITS Task Force; and
    improving national coordination and support, including through a regular regional
       report on SITS developments.

The ASEAN Heads of Statistical Offices Meeting (AHSOM) held in Brunei Darussalam
on 21-22 November 2006 endorsed the ASEAN IMTS and SITS Work Plans. They
agreed terms of reference for ASEAN IMTS and SITS Task Forces established to support
future work, and endorsed the project evaluation report.

AHSOM acknowledged with appreciation the contribution by AADCP-RPS in
establishing a sound foundation for progressing and harmonising IMTS and SITS.




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Page 3: Program Stream News

Strengthening ASEAN Standards and Conformity Assessment Systems

The Strengthening ASEAN Standards and Conformity Assessment Systems Project,
managed by PDP Australia Pty Ltd in partnership with the Joint Accreditation System of
Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ), has been focusing on final project activities in
the areas of enhanced integration through good regulatory practice, improved
international standards development, and training, accreditation standards and models for
Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Viet Nam (CLMV) development.


The project recently delivered two onthe-job training workshops on ISO/IEC standards.
he first workshop, held in January 2007, was hosted by the Department of Standards,
Malaysia, and was a three-day event on ISO/IEC 17025 Laboratory Accreditation
Standards.


The training workshop assisted ASEAN Member Country participants to gain a better
understanding of accreditation practices, including on-the-job training in accreditation for
testing laboratories, and the resources and processes required to maintain an
internationally recognised accreditation body.


The second workshop, held in March 2007, was hosted by Vietnamese accreditation
body, QUACERT, and consisted of a three-day training session on ISO/IEC 17011
Product Certification.


QUACERT demonstrated its product accreditation activities to six accreditation body
representatives from other ASEAN Member Countries. This provided a unique
opportunity to demonstrate how a ‘good practice’ product accreditation activity (product
accreditation surveillance) is performed.


Over the past three years, by adopting a harmonised system of standards and conformity
assessment of goods, the Project has assisted ASEAN Member Countries to deliver real
gains in freeing up the flow of intra-ASEAN trade through the elimination of technical
barriers to trade.


Throughout the project, a number of key documents has been developed, including:
Regional Benchmark and National Development Models for CLMV Countries; Advances
in Standards Development and Training; Good Regulatory Practice Toolkits in four key

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sector areas; and training for improved ISO/IEC Accreditation Standards.


Much work remains to be undertaken in the area of standards development, good
regulatory practice and national development models. However, through this project,
ASEAN Member Countries have developed a strong platform and collaborative
partnership on which to build further success.




Fostering Competitive Advantage in ASEAN’s SME Automotive Sector

The final activity under the Program Stream, the ASEAN Small and Medium Enterprise
(SME) Automotive Activity, is now underway.


The ASEAN Policy Blueprint for SME Development notes that SMEs form the backbone
of the economy in the ASEAN region, are the largest source of domestic employment,
and provide opportunities for women and youth.


This project was designed to complement both ASEAN’s efforts to foster a thriving SME
sector and Australia’s competitive advantage in the automotive industry. The goal of the
project is to support the establishment of a regional ASEAN environment for the
development of a competitive private and SME sector.


During the project design phase in January 2007, a workshop was held in Jakarta,
Indonesia, to clearly define the focus and outputs of the project. This workshop was
attended by key representatives from the ASEAN Secretariat, the ASEAN Automotive
Federation, the ASEAN SME Working Group, Member Country agencies, and various
SME automotive industry associations.


Outputs of the implementation phase will include:
       the identification of demand-side entry and subcontracting compliance
        requirements for SMEs in the automotive sector;
       a survey of SMEs’ capability to comply with these requirements;
       a regional workshop to discuss these findings; and
       development and dissemination of appropriate material, such as best practice
        guidelines, to better assist the SME automotive sector to comply with demand
        requirements and become more competitive.



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The $A500,000 project is being implemented by AMSAT Ltd, with technical input
sourced from the Australian and Thai automotive industries.




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Page 4: Regional Economic Policy Support Facility News

Energy Cooperation in the East Asia Summit


The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ABARE) and the
Australian National University (ANU) undertook a joint study in late 2006 to provide a
background paper on energy issues for the 2nd East Asia Summit (EAS), held 15 January
2007 in Cebu, the Philippines. The objective of the paper was to provide relevant
background information to facilitate the discussion by the Leaders and to identify
directions for cooperation in three core areas: energy security; new and renewable
energy; and energy efficiency and conservation.


The EAS forum represents 16 countries within a geographic region, thereby providing the
potential for joint net benefits from policy cooperation, greater scope to offer cross-
border assistance, and opportunities to facilitate increased integration of energy markets
in the region.


Intra-regional energy trade is already important, but there is the potential to increase the
scale and scope of these linkages through further cooperation. In 2005, 87 and 70 per cent
of EAS coal and gas imports, respectively, were sourced from within the region. The
EAS forum may facilitate increased integration of energy markets by extending the
interconnection of the electricity and gas networks in ASEAN member economies.


Other potential directions for information sharing and policy cooperation in the EAS
region include sharing policy experience, harmonising energy efficiency and labelling
standards, and encouraging technology development and deployment to address key
energy security and environmental sustainability concerns.


The ABARE/ANU study, A Background Paper on Energy Issues for the 2nd East Asia
Summit,     REPSF       Project No. 06/003, is  available    at   www.aadcp-
repsf.org/publications.html.




ASEAN Monetary and Fiscal Responses to Higher Oil Prices

Between 2004-2006, ASEAN countries were hit by the largest oil price increases since
the 1970s. ASEAN countries, as a group, are far more ‘trade intensive’ than other
economies and highly integrated into global production chains.

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Mr. Peter Downes, from the Centre for International Economics, in his presentation to the
ASEAN Finance and Central Bank Deputies Meeting (AFDM) on 2 April 2007,
explained that, as ASEAN countries are highly exposed to trade, they have the potential
to feel the effects of an oil price shock doubly, both via trade and via the direct effects on
ASEAN’s oilintensive economies. He emphasised that each oil price shock is different
and that the key to a successful monetary and fiscal response is to understand what type
of shock it is and how it will impact on households and business.


He said the next oil shock, if it occurs, may be much worse than the current shock. If
significant oil supply disruption were to occur, oil prices would probably rise above
US$100 per barrel, risk premiums and perceptions of risk would rise markedly, OECD
output could fall by between one and a half and two per cent in the first year and world
trade growth could fall by between five and seven per cent. In those circumstances,
growth in ASEAN economies would fall by four to six per cent while at the same time
inflation would be rising, rendering monetary policy powerless to offset the output
effects.


He recommended a number of preparatory measures that ASEAN policy-makers could
pursue to reduce the impact of such an oil price shock:
       cultivate monetary policy credibility. This would help anchor inflation
        expectations in the face of the shock;
       pursue sound fiscal policy within a medium-term framework, reducing public
        debt levels in good years to allow room for fiscal policy to support activity in the
        case of an adverse shock;
       reduce dependence on oil via a variety of means including reducing subsidies and
        increasing taxes on oil products;
       develop competitive and flexible product and labour markets. The more flexible
        and competitive markets are, the lower the transitional impacts on activity and
        unemployment will be;
       foster economic growth and regional integration. This will reduce the exposure of
        the region to both oil price and external shocks.




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Page 5: AADCP Profile

Australia’s East ASEAN Initiative

The East ASEAN Initiative is a $A2.7 million, two-year development program aimed at
promoting growth and security in the East ASEAN sub-region. Developed by AusAID in
partnership with the ASEAN Secretariat, the Initiative aims to advance sub-regional
cooperation on private sector investment and infrastructure, as well as address the
security dimensions of the sub-region’s economic growth agenda.


The East ASEAN Initiative aims to complement existing regional frameworks for
assistance, including the ASEAN-Australia Development Cooperation Program
(AADCP), but places specific emphasis on ‘lagging’ regions, the southern Philippines
and eastern Indonesia.


Regional Workshops
The first major step in the East ASEAN Initiative was the conduct of three regional
workshops in March 2007 in private investment, infrastructure and security for economic
growth. These workshops brought together experts and stakeholders throughout the
region to identify possible pilot activities to be funded under the Initiative.


Two workshops were held in Makassar, Indonesia, co-hosted by the Indonesian
Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs. These were a Workshop on Private
Investment on 4 - 5 March 2007 and a Workshop on Infrastructure on 6 March 2007. In
Davao, the Philippines, the Mindanao Economic Development Council (MEDCo) co-
hosted the third workshop, on Security for Economic Growth, on 12 - 13 March 2007.


Twenty-four concept papers were presented at the three workshops by key experts in the
region. Workshop delegates peer-reviewed the concept papers in small breakout groups
and had the opportunity to ask questions of the presenters before providing an assessment
of the papers.


At the completion of the workshops, 10 concept papers were selected by delegates for
further consideration by the Australian Government. Five of the 24 concept papers will
now be developed into more detailed project design documents by the authors with the
assistance of a project design specialist.


Private Investment Concept Papers

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       Single Window for Investment Facilitation and Trade (SWIFT) – authored by
        Merly Cruz, Department of Trade and Industry, the Philippines. The pilot project
        will undertake a feasibility study into the establishment of a single window for
        investment facilitation and trade. Its objective is to develop a simplified or unified
        access point from which investment and trade data can be submitted, accessed and
        used.
       Establishment of Business Development Service Centres for Micro, Small and
        Medium Enterprises in Brunei Darussalam-Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippines East
        ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA) – authored by the Indonesia International
        Rural and Agricultural Development Foundation (INIRADEF). The pilot project
        will establish Business Development Service Centres in two locations to provide
        micro, small and medium enterprises with access to a range of business services.
        Training will be provided to approximately 150 ecotourism and mariculture
        enterprises in the region to assist in development of business action plans.


Infrastructure Concept Papers
Improving Maritime Logistics to East ASEAN – authored by Meyrick & Associates. The
pilot project will develop an integrated, practical strategy for improving maritime
logistics for non-bulk commodities between the East ASEAN sub-region and key Asian
markets. The study will develop and test alternative maritime logistics concepts for
connecting East ASEAN to the major markets of East Asia, culminating in a draft
strategy for maritime logistics development.


Security for Economic Growth Concept Papers
       Developing a Customs Exchange for BIMP-EAGA – authored by Ma. Joy
        Abrenica, University of the Philippines. The pilot project aims to improve
        customs co-operation by building a platform for bilateral port-to-port customs
        information exchange between customs authorities in General Santos and Bitung,
        Davao and Manado, Zamboanga and Sandakan.
       Strengthening Security in the East ASEAN Region of the Philippines and
        Indonesia – authored by Rear Admiral Edgardo Israel, Office of Transport
        Security, the Philippines. The pilot project will establish cooperative working
        relationships between Indonesia and the Philippines on maritime security through
        information exchange. It aims to encourage consistent security practices and raise
        awareness of maritime security issues through training and workshops.


Once the detailed project designs have been finalised, AusAID and the ASEAN
Secretariat will host a meeting with other dialogue partners and donors within the region
to present the project designs and coordinate regional assistance to support their
implementation.



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Pilot projects under the East ASEAN Initiative will be implemented over 18 months. At
the completion of implementation, pilot activities will be evaluated and AusAID will
consider ‘scaling up’ successful pilot activities with support from other donors and
regional partners.




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Page 6: AADCP events

June 2007
    18 June: The 10th Meeting of the Joint Selection and Review Panel for the RPS
      program, Australia
    June: Regulatory Expert Workshop for RPS project, Capacity Building for the
      Implementation of the ASEAN Marine Water Quality Criteria Project - Phase II,
      Myanmar
    June: Monitoring Expert Workshop for RPS project, Capacity Building for the
      Implementation of the ASEAN Marine Water Quality Criteria Project - Phase II,
      Myanmar
    June: Pilot Assessor Train the Trainer program for RPS project, Developing
      Common ASEAN Tourism Curriculum, Viet Nam
    June: Train the Trainer Workshop for RPS project, Strengthening of Food
      Inspection and Certification for Shrimp and Bivalve Molluscs in ASEAN Member
      Countries, country location not confirmed
    June: Regional Workshop for RPS project, Strengthening of Food Inspection and
      Certification for Shrimp and Bivalve Molluscs in ASEAN Member Countries,
      country location not confirmed
    June: 'Brainstorming' on Initiative for ASEAN Integration (IAI) Development
      Cooperation Forum for PS project, Enabling ASEAN Project, Viet Nam
    June*: Training Course in-country for PS project, Strengthening ASEAN
      Standards and Conformity Assessment Systems, Cambodia
    June*: Training Course in-country for PS project, Strengthening ASEAN
      Standards and Conformity Assessment Systems, Lao PDR
    June*: Workshop 1 - System Design and Modification/Enhancement of system
      functionality for PS project, Strengthening Animal Health Management and
      Biosecurity in ASEAN, Singapore
    June - July*: Working group in-country workshop, for PS project, Enhancing
      Skills Recognition Systems in ASEAN, Brunei Darussalam
    June - July*: Working group in-country workshop, for PS project, Enhancing
      Skills Recognition Systems in ASEAN, Cambodia
    June - July*: Working group in-country workshop for PS project, Enhancing
      Skills Recognition Systems in ASEAN, Indonesia
    June - July*: Working group in-country workshop for PS project, Enhancing
      Skills Recognition Systems in ASEAN, Lao PDR
    June - July*: Working group in-country workshop for PS project, Enhancing
      Skills Recognition Systems in ASEAN, Malaysia
    June - July*: Working group in-country workshop for PS project, Enhancing
      Skills Recognition Systems in ASEAN, Myanmar
    June - July*: Working group in-country workshop for PS project, Enhancing
      Skills Recognition Systems in ASEAN, Philippines


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       June - July*: Working group in-country workshop for PS project, Enhancing
        Skills Recognition Systems in ASEAN, Singapore
       June - July*: Working group in-country workshop for PS project, Enhancing
        Skills Recognition Systems in ASEAN, Thailand
       June - July*: Working group in-country workshop for PS project, Enhancing
        Skills Recognition Systems in ASEAN, Viet Nam
       June – August: National Seminars for PS project, ASEAN Small and Medium
        Enterprise (SME) Automotive Activity, country location not confirmed

July 2007
    2-4 July: Taxonomy Re-entry Workshop No. 3 (Scale Insects) for PS project,
       Strengthening ASEAN Plant Health Capacity, Thailand
    2-6 July*: Pest List Development Re-Entry Mentoring Visit No. 1 for PS project,
       Strengthening ASEAN Plant Health Capacity, country location not confirmed
    6 July: 2nd Project Coordination Group Meeting for PS project, Strengthening
       ASEAN Plant Health Capacity, country location not confirmed
    9-13 July*: Pest List Development Re-Entry Mentoring Visit No. 2 for PS project,
       Strengthening ASEAN Plant Health Capacity, country location not confirmed
    16 July*: Pest List Development Mentoring Workshop No. 4 for PS project,
       Strengthening ASEAN Plant Health Capacity, country location not confirmed
    16 July*: Pest List Development Mentoring Workshop No. 5 for PS project,
       Strengthening ASEAN Plant Health Capacity, country location not confirmed
    July: Project Coordinating Group meeting for PS project, Strengthening ASEAN
       Plant Health Capacity, Thailand

August 2007
   August: Skills and Data/Strategic Plan Workshop for PS project, Strengthening
      ASEAN Risk Assessment Capability to Support Food Safety Measures, Malaysia
   August: Final Strategy Workshop for PS project, Strengthening ASEAN Risk
      Assessment Capability to Support Food Safety Measures, Malaysia
   August: Project Coordination Group Meeting for PS project, Strengthening
      ASEAN Risk Assessment Capability to Support Food Safety Measures, Malaysia
   August*: Design a harmonised strategy for mutual recognition of digital signature
      for PS project, Legal Infrastructure for E-commerce in ASEAN Project,
      Cambodia
   August*: Training on Risk Assessment for PS project, Strengthening ASEAN
      Risk Assessment Capability to Support Food Safety Measures, Malaysia
   August - September (dates to be confirmed): Present project outcomes and revised
      ASEAN Tourism Strategic Plan to ASEAN Task Force on Tourism Manpower
      Development for RPS project, Capacity Building for an ASEAN Mutual
      Recognition Arrangement in Tourism, Indonesia

September 2007
    9 September: Mentoring Visit No. 4 for PS project, Strengthening ASEAN Plant
      Health Capacity, country location not confirmed

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         10-15 September: Mentoring Visit No. 4 for PS project, Strengthening ASEAN
          Plant Health Capacity, country location not confirmed
         26-27 September: The 7th Meeting of the Project Coordination Committee for the
          PS program, Jakarta
         September: Mentoring Visit No. 4 for PS project, Strengthening ASEAN Plant
          Health Capacity, country location not confirmed
         September: The 10th Meeting of the Research Priorities Committee (RPC) for the
          REPSF program, Indonesia
         September*: Regional Training Meeting for PS project, Enhanced Customs
          Capacity Building in ASEAN, Indonesia

* = Proposed extension activities subject to contract negotiations
Event details are subject to change.



Contacts

Regional Partnerships Scheme Program Stream (PS)                                     Regional Economic Policy Support
(RPS)                                                                                Facility (REPSF)
Maria Eloida Cruz Balamiento              Dr Iwan Gunawan                            Dr Ramonette Serafica
Project Coordinator                       Program Coordinator                        Team Leader/Research Manager
The ASEAN Secretariat, Second Floor       The ASEAN Secretariat, Second Floor        The ASEAN Secretariat, Ground Floor
70A Jl. Sisingamangaraja                  70A Jl. Sisingamangaraja                   70A Jl. Sisingamangaraja
Jakarta 12110 INDONESIA                   Jakarta 12110 INDONESIA                    Jakarta 12110 INDONESIA
Tel +62 21 724 3372, 726 2991 (ext 150)   Tel +62 21 724 3372, 726 2991 (ext. 152)   Tel. +62 21 722-0643, 726-2991 (ext. 463)
Fax +62 21 7278 7252                      Fax +62 21 7278 7252                       Fax +62 21 722-9028
Email: m.balamiento@aseansec.org          Email: iwan@aseansec.org                   Email: monette@aseansec.org


Charlotte Bisley                          Heather Graham                             Sarah Black
Project Manager                           Program Manager                            Project Manager
Cardno Acil Pty Ltd                       Cardno Acil Pty Ltd                        MDI International
854 Glenferrie Road                       854 Glenferrie Road                        Level 27, 150 Lonsdale Street
Hawthorn Vic 3122 AUSTRALIA               Hawthorn Vic 3122 AUSTRALIA                Melbourne Vic 3000 AUSTRALIA
Tel +61 3 9819 2877                       Tel +61 3 9819 2877                        Tel +61 3 8676 6811
Fax+61 3 9819 4216                        Fax +61 3 9819 4216                        Fax +61 3 8676 6888
Email: charlotte.bisley@cardno.com        Email: heather.graham@cardno.com           Email: sarahb@mdi-international.com.au




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