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                    CONFERENCE 2010
       Official Opening of the Conference by Mr Michael Salkeld
                      Deputy Director for UK Trade & Investment
                       British High Commission, Kuala Lumpur
                “I am sure that this event is the first conference held in Kuala Lumpur that examines the
                   regional oil & gas sector from both the financial and legal services viewpoints......”
                                                                                     Mr. Michael Salkeld

                                                          Managing the Legal,
                                                          Financial and Project
                                                          Risks in Cross-Border

                                                           28 - 29 April 2010
                                                                th       th

                                                           Renaissance Hotel
                                                           Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
                                                      Organized by:

                                                             www.gims.asia     www.felicitasglobal.com

This Asia Paci�ic’s premier conference addresses the current issues affecting the
oil and gas industry, recovering from the highs and lows of last year’s oil prices
and credit crunch which found players in the industry struggling to operate in a
volatile market. It aims to deal with leassons learnt from weathering the �inancial
crisis and the best practices that have worked to keep the industry a�loat. The
conference will feature speakers and delegates from the whole Asia Paci�ic region
who will share their experiences and knowledge while highliting both the oppor-
tunities and challeges of this industry.

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 Conference Opening Speaker                                                 Keynote Speaker
  Mr Michael Salkeld, Deputy Director for UK Trade & Investment,           Hassan Basma, CEO and Executive Director, Bumi Armada Berhad,
  British High Commission, Kuala Lumpur                                    Malaysia
  Michael Salkeld is the Deputy Director of the UKTI office in Malaysia.     Mr. Hassan Basma is the CEO and Executive Director of Malaysia based
  He has been in Kuala Lumpur for 2 years. He has experience in the        company, Bumi Armada Berhad. He holds a Bachelor of Science in
  Middle East and was based in Saudi Arabia prior to his appointment       Engineering from the University of Manchester Institute of Science
  in Malaysia.                                                             and Technology (UMIST). He has 30 years of experience of which 16
                                                                           years have been spent in Asia. Prior to heading Bumi Armada, he was
                                                                           the Vice President of Far East for Single Buoy Mooring (SBM) and the
  Robert Volterra, Partner, Latham & Watkins, London
                                                                           Managing Director of Kvaerner E & C Singapore.
  Robert Volterra is Global Co-Chair of the Latham & Watkins Interna-
  tional Dispute Resolution Practice and Head of the firm’s Public
                                                                           Primila Edward, Senior Legal Consultant, Straits Consulting Group,
  International Law Group (which is consistently ranked in the top-tier
  by both the legal 500 and the Chambers & Partners directories). He
                                                                           Primila has considerable experience in the corporate commercial
  advises and represents governments, international organizations and
                                                                           sector specialising in the oil and gas, construction and maritime
  private clients on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious
                                                                           industries. As in-house counsel for oil and gas and public-listed
  public international law and international dispute resolution issues.
                                                                           companies, she has gained extensive experience in negotiating and
  He has acted as counsel and advocate before the International Court
                                                                           drafting contracts tailored for cross border transactions. The consul-
  of Justice and adhoc international Arbitration tribunals.
                                                                           tancy she heads has a unique approach in providing legal consul-
                                                                           tancy services for transactional work which is industry specific. Her
  Thavakumar Kandiahpillai, General Counsel, Shell Group of                experience spans across both domestic and international cross
  Companies, Malaysia.                                                     border matters and multi-jurisdictional work. She has specific
  Thavakumar practised in Kuala Lumpur as an Advocate & Solicitior         in-depth experience in negotiating and drafting FPSO contracts and
  becoming a partner in 1998. In his practice, he was actively involved    has evaluated bids for provision of FPSOs for international oil
  in litigation, during which time he appeared in several landmark         majors. She advises clients in the Asia-Pacific region in managing
  cases, and also in domestic and offshore banking, corporate and           cross border risks by identifying such risks and working out
  commercial work. Thavakumar joined Shell Malaysia in KL in 2000 as       strategies to overcome them. She is Exco member of the Malaysian
  Senior Counsel, Corporate & Company Secretarial. In 2001, he then        Corporate Counsel Association, member of the Malaysian Institute
  became the Head of Legal at Shell Malaysia Exploration & Produc-         of Arbitrators (MIarb) and author on the chapter on Malaysia in the
  tion, based in Miri, Sarawak. He then moved to back to KL taking         publication Getting The Deal Through- Shipping 2010.
  charge of the Downstream, GP, and Shared Services legal advisory
                                                                           Ms Wang Yan, Director, Blocks & Licence Management, China
                                                                           National Offshore Oil Corp.
  Jainil Bhandari, Partner, Rajah & Tann, Singapore.                       Wang Yan, Director of Blocks and License Management Office, is
  Dual qualified Jainil Bhandari has appeared in a slew of major cases in   responsible for mineral exploration and development (Licence)
  both the Malaysian and Singapore Courts. He has acted in such major      rights and international cooperation in China National Offshore Oil
  casualties as “EVOIKOS” oil pollution incident which is the largest      Corp. (CNOOC). Ms. Wang has been long engaged in national and
  casualty in Singapore's history, and the “VOLVOX DELTA” and “ENDAH       corporate major research projects on offshore oil & gas exploration
  LESTARI” casualties which caused extensive chemical contamination        and drilling targets evaluation and was acknowledged with
  to Singapore and Malaysian waters. ainil is recommended in shipping      outstanding scientific research achievement awards for many times.
  law by Asia Legal Pacific 500 (2003/2004), Chambers Global - The          During her 27-year career in oil & gas exploration with rich manage-
  World's Leading Lawyers (2007/2008), AsiaLaw Profiles (2007) and          ment experience, Ms.Wang has developed solid expertise in policy
  Who's Who Legal: Singapore (2008).                                       and regulation guidance with regards to oil & gas in China, foreign
                                                                           affairs and government cooperation and communication.
  Robert Feinschreiber, Transfer Pricing Consortium, USA                   .
  Robert is an experienced tax practitioner, an attorney and counselor
                                                                           Belden Premaraj, Lincoln’s Inn Barrister, FCI Arb, FMI Arb, Partner,
  having graduated in law from Yale University, USA and at the same
                                                                           M/s Belden
  time received his MBA from Columbia University, USA. He has been
                                                                           M/s Belden is a construction & engineering, oil & gas and energy &
  representing Asian clients for 30 years, concentrating on transfer
                                                                           utility practice where Belden Premaraj is the principal partner.
  pricing. Robert focuses on transfer pricing audit responses and
                                                                           Belden sits on the Bar Council Committee on Arbitration and
  solutions. He has been quoted as an authority by Tax Court, Business
                                                                           Sub-Committee on Construction Law. He is on the panel of arbitra-
  Week, and Forbes. Robert has been a consultant to several foreign
                                                                           tors for the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators. He is also certified by
  governments, and was a CPA in Florida. He was editor of the Transfer
                                                                           the AOTS of Japan for Commercial Arbitration at Asian Countries.
  Pricing Handbook and is the co-author of the Transfer Pricing Asia
                                                                           Belden is currently the chair of a joint-committee that is in the
                                                                           midst of developing the Malaysian Protocols for Best Practices in
                                                                           relation to delays, prolongation, disruptions and productivity and
  Norman Bisset, HHP, Baker & McKenzie, Indonesia                          variations. Belden has delivered and published many papers on
  Norman is a Foreign Legal Consultant in the Finance and Projects         matters relating to law and practice within the construction and the
  Group of HHP, working specifically in the Energy and Resources            oil & gas industry.
  practice. He advises a number of companies on structuring and
  investing in, and development of, mining and oil and gas projects in
  Indonesia and S.E. Asia. Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners (HHP) is a
  member of Baker & McKenzie International, a Swiss Verein with
  member law firms around the world.

                                                                             Margaret Kent, Transfer Pricing Consortium, USA
 Philip Tay, Partner, Rajah & Tann, Singapore.                               Margaret has been an attorney for 25 years, focusing on law and
 Getting clients untangled from legal entanglements seems to be a            international taxation. She has structured major transfer pricing
 preoccupation of Philip Tay, whose clients include some of the biggest      cases. Margaret has defended clients in response to IRS information
 names in O & G and Shipping in Corporate Malaysia. A partner of the         documentation requests, and prepared protests for clients on
 leading admiralty and shipping team at Rajah & Tann LLP, Philip             transfer pricing litigation issues. She is the co-editor of Corporate
 specialises in all Shipping matters, International Trade, Insurance and     Business Taxation Monthly, a CCH publication and is the co-author
 Commodities Trading and Shipbuilding, Repair and Finance. His               of the Transfer Pricing Asia treatise.
 wealth of experience includes arbitrations governed by the ICC Rules,
 the UNCITRAL Rules, the SIAC Rules and the LMAA Rules as well as            Kevin Reeves BSc, MSc, MRICS, MCIArb, Senior Associate Director,
 the more practical side of shipping such as getting clients' vessels out    Trett Consulting
 from detention / disputes with shipyards in places such as China and        Kevin Reeves is the Malaysia country manager of Trett Consulting,
 is frequently involved in shipbuilding disputes in the PRC acting for       an international consultancy providing commercial advice and
 owners and yards alike.                                                     contract claims support for engineering and construction projects.
                                                                             Kevin is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor with over 20 years experi-
 Jon Prudhoe FRICS, FCIArb, FAE, Trett Consulting, Singapore                 ence in the industry. He holds an MSc in Construction Law and
 Jon is the Director of Trett Consulting’s six Asia-Pacific regional offices    Arbitration from King’s College London.He has hands-on experience
 and is based in Singapore. He is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor, Fellow      advising on claims and contractual disputes for onshore O&G
 of the Institute of Arbitrators, a Fellow of the Academy of Experts and     facilities, as well as engineering, fabrication, transportation and
 an accredited Mediator and Adjudicator in several countries. He has         installation contracts for offshore facilities.
 over 30 years construction and engineering industry experience with         N. Sivabalah, Shearn Delamore, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
 20 years as a consultant specifically dealing with contract disputes in      Sivabalah joined the firm as a pupil in 1983 and now heads the
 the marine, oil and gas sectors. He has played a key role in the success-   firm’s Employment and Administrative law practice group and
 ful resolution of complex disputes including oil and gas offshore            specializes in Industrial Relations, Employment Law, and Adminis-
 modules (eg AMEC v Stork 2001).                                             trative Law matters. He was involved in a number of precedent
                                                                             setting cases including the establishment of a rule on the failure to
 Chong Yee Leong, Partner Kamilah & Chong, Malaysia                          hold an inquiry not rendering an otherwise fair dismissal unfair, the
 Yee Leong heads the International Arbitration Practice Group in Rajah       establishment of an obligation on Industrial Court to take into
 & Tann LLP and is concurrently the principal partner of M/s Kamilah &       account post-dismissal employment when awarding compensation
 Chong in Malaysia. He was a partner at Jones Day, international law         to unfairly dismissed employees.
 firm from 2003 to 2007 and headed the International Litigation and
 Arbitration Group in Singapore. Yee Leong has extensive experience in       Mr. Uma Shankar Sharma ,General Manager, Observer Research
 international arbitration and litigation covering all aspects of commer-    Foundation. India
 cial, energy and building disputes, with a focus on disputes arising        Mr. Sharma expertise lies in Petroleum E&P Contracts and related
 from heavy civil engineering contracts, power, oil and gas, marine          Fiscal Regime. He has a strong engineering and business background
 engineering, and land transportation projects as well as professional       and has worked in Oil and Gas sector in India for about 23 years.
 negligence. He also advises on insolvency issues                            During his deputation in Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas,
                                                                             Government of India, he was actively involved in policy formulation
                                                                             for accelerating exploration of oil and gas in India as well as promot-
 Kamilah Kassim,Parter, Kamilah & Chong, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia &            ing exploration of non-conventional sources of hydrocarbons, such
 Rajah & Tann, Singapore.                                                    as coal bed methane.
 Kamilah Kasim graduated from the University of Malaya and was
 called to the Bar in Malaysia in 1988. Kamilah has been practicing          VCS VARDAN, VCS-Trinity Consultants “The Attic” , Singapore
 construction law for more than 14 years. She has extensive                  Mr Vardan was called as a Barrister of England & Wales of Lincoln's
 experience in arbitration and litigation covering all aspects of            Inn in 1982 and admitted as an Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme
 building, engineering, power and energy disputes. In addition to            Court in Singapore in 1984. He practiced as an Advocate & Solicitor
 arbitration and litigation, Kamilah advises on front-end construction       from 1984 to 1998.. He has also previously been Adviser to the
 and engineering projects. Kamilah has negotiated and drafted many           Singapore, Malaysian and ASEAN Freight                       Forwarding
 contracts and related documents involving the principal forms of the        Associations..He is currently a Consultant to various logistics and
 standard contracts: SIA, JCT, FIDIC, PAM, JKR Form and ICE; in all          supply chain companies in Singapore. He has conducted seminars
 contracting arrangements including main contracts, sub-contracts            and workshops in the Maldives, Mauritius, Dubai, Philippines,
 (nominated and domestic), design and build contracts, contracts for         Vietnam, Hong Kong, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia
 supply, management contracting and construction management,                 and Singapore on areas like Contracts, Shipping, Supply Chain
 turnkey, concession agreements, PPP, EPC and bespoke construction           Management, Banking/Finance, and International Trade Facilitation.
 contracts. Her career highlights include a period of service as             His in-house seminars & workshops in the Oil & Gas Industry, in
 principal legal adviser to Kuala Lumpur International Airport Berhad .      particular, were for clients like Shell Eastern, Shell Sarawak,
 Prior to rejoining the Firm in 2007, Kamilah joined Jones Day, an           PetroViet, Rico, MMHE, ABB, and Sumitomo Chemicals. Subjects
 international law firm where she stayed for four years, practising in        covered range from international & local contract laws, standard
 the field of international arbitration, and specialising in large complex    EPC contract forms including FIDIC, to specific areas like OCTG
 engineering and commercial cases.                                           (drilling & extraction) contracts & wellhead services contracts. For
                                                                             PetroViet and several other seminars he conducted for the Ministry
                                                                             of Foreign Affairs for state-run banks, industries and oil & gas
                                                                             companies in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City he has had covered areas
                                                                             like arbitration under Vietnam law, applicability of civil contracts and
                                                                             provisions of the Civil Code in Vietnam.

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Day 1 WEDNESDAY, 28th April 2010
TIME                                PROGRAM                                      TIME                                 PROGRAM
0830   Registra on                                                                       LABOUR PROBLEMS TO AVOID IN INTERNATIONAL OIL AND GAS
       Welcome Address by                                                                PROJECTS
0900                                                                                     Sivabalah N. (Shearn Delamore, Malaysia)
       Co-Chairman, Robert Volterra (Latham & Watkins, London)
                                                                                         Reorganisa on
       Conference Opening by Mr Michael Salkeld, Deputy Director for UK Trade
0910                                                                                     • management preroga ve; downsizing
       & Investment, Bri sh High Commission, Malaysia
                                                                                         retrenchment exercise :
       Keynote Address                                                                   i) losses
0920   GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY                                    ii) reduced turnover/loss of business/closure of business
       Hassan Basma, CEO (Bumi Armada Berhad, Malaysia)                           1630   iii) reduced profits; and
                                SESSION 1                                                iv) hiving off opera ons/outsourcing
       POLITICAL RISK MANAGEMENT                                                         • redundancy
       Robert Volterra (Latham & Watkins, London)                                        procedural requirements, LIFO; Code of Conduct for Industrial harmony;
         • Iden fying the different roles that NOCs and government agencies                   No fica on
           can play in oil and gas projects                                              • retrenchment benefits :
         • Using contractual clauses to manage associated poli cal risk                  Employment Act 1955; Contract;Ex-gra a; VSS
         • Analyzing bilateral and mul lateral investment trea es that protect           Safety
1000       operators in the Oil and Gas sector                                           • statutory provisions, common law
         • Structuring oil and gas investments to minimize poli cal risk using           MEDIATE, ARBITRATE or LITIGATE - WHICH IS YOUR BEST OPTION IN A
           treaty protec ons                                                             CROSS BORDER OIL AND GAS DISPUTE?
         • Using substan ve protec ons in investment trea es to manage                   Speakers : Kamilah Kassim and Chong Yee Leong (Kamilah & Chong,
           poli cal risk issues when they arise                                          Malaysia)
         • Obtaining compensa on from governments for expropria on and
           other acts                                                                    "SHIPPING IN OIL AND GAS” MID-STREAM OIL AND GAS ISSUES
1045   Coffee Break                                                                       Speakers: Jainil Bhandari and Philip Tay (Rajah & Tann, Singapore)
                                                                                         Moderator: Robert Volterra (Latham & Watkins, London)
1100   PROJECTS                                                                   1800   Round up and Close by Co-Chairman
       TBC                                                                        1930   Conference Dinner and Networking
       K Thavakumar (Shell, Malaysia)
       Norman Bisset (Baker & McKenzie, Indonesia)
       U S Sharma (Observer Research Founda on, India)
       VCS Vardan (VCS-Trinity Consultants, Singapore, Vietnam)                  Day 2 THURSDAY, 29th April 2010
       Wang Yan (CNOOC, China)                                                   TIME                                 PROGRAM
1300                                    Lunch
                                                                                                           Interac ve Conference Workshop
                                 Session 2
                                                                                                     Workshop A                              Workshop B
       Introduc on to Session 2                                                           RISK MANAGEMENT IN OIL AND               MANAGING AND RESOLVING
       Co-Chairman, Primila Edward (Straits Consul ng Group)                                 GAS SECTOR USING LEGAL                  CLAIMS IN OIL AND GAS
1405   IMPACT ON OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY                                                      AND DRAFTING STRATEGIES IN              Facilitators: Belden Premaraj,
       Philip J Williams                                                                             CONTRACTS                    (Belden) and Jon Prudhoe and
       FLOATING ASSETS IN STORMY WATERS – INCREASE USE OF THE FPSO IN                    Facilitators: Robert Volterra            Kevin Reeves (Tre Consul ng)
       THE OFFSHORE OIL INDUSTRY                                                         (Latham & Watkins) and Primila
       Primila Edward (Straits Consul ng Group)                                          Edward (Straits Consul ng Group)
1445     • FPSO Legal Issues                                                      1015                                Coffee Break
         • Pre-contractual stage                                                  1030                         Con nua on of Workshops
         • FPSO Lease Contacts
                                                                                  1200                                    Lunch
         • Managing Legal Risks and Financial Issues
1530   Tea Break                                                                         CASE STUDIES                         CASE STUDIES
                                                                                         1515 - 1530 Tea Break                1515 - 1530 Tea Break
       BORDER PROJECTS                                                            1700                             Round up and Close
       Robert Feinschreiber and Margaret Kent (Transfer Pricing Consor um,
         • Understanding permanent establishment risks, and applying
           techniques to limit tax exposure
         • Applying different tax transfer pricing techniques to explora on,
           refining and distribu on ac vi es
         • Shi ing intangible profits offshore to minimize tax exposure
         • Why ini al contract nego a ons are the key to tax success

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    Key Conference Highlights
    Political, economic and commercial challenges and                                                         Who should attend?
                                                                                                              Legal Counsel / Heads of Legal Department
    opportunities in cross-border transactions                                                                Financial Controllers / Managers
    Project nancing issues                                                                                    Business Development Directors / Managers
    Impacts of oil and gas development in the region                                                          Commercial Managers / Directors
    Goals, gaps and solutions in claims management                                                            Project Directors / Managers
    Review of oil and gas projects and future developments                                                    Contract Managers / Administrators
                                                                                                              International Operations Director / Managers
    in Asia-Paci c
    Lessons learnt from the credit crunch

Interactive Conference Workshop on THURSDAY 29th April 2010
Workshop A                                                                                     Workshop B
Risk Management in Oil and Gas Sector using Legal Safety Nets Managing & Resolving Claims in O&G Projects –
- Negotiating and Drafting Strategies in Contracts            Getting It Right

Risk management is gaining increased attention from stakeholders as the conse-                 This workshop will primarily deal with:-
quences of failure can be far reaching and in most cases highly detrimental to the             • Variation claims
company’s bottom line. A proactive approach to risk management is thus gaining                 • Extension of time claims
ground over a reactive strategy in many organizations. This workshop on Risk Manage-           • Prolongation cost claims
ment will help participants identify short and long term risks faced by the Oil & Gas          • Disruption and loss of productivity claims
industry today and nding solutions through case studies.                                       • Acceleration claims

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to be part of a highly interactive session that will There will also be an overview of the general contractual issues relating to
showcase challenges and successful risk management strategies adopted by leading these claims such as:-
Oil & Gas companies around the world.                                                   • Condition precedent notice requirements
                                                                                        • Effective and non-effective mitigation provisions
The workshop has been specially designed to cover the following areas:                  • Cause to effect standard of proof
Join this workshop and draw upon the experience and expertise of leading well known • Risk of making global or rolled up claims
international contract management experts like Robert Volterra & Primila Edward.        • Contractual exclusions or limitation on such claims

     Operational Threats                  Sector Threats                 Macro Threats         There will be practical insights given on:-
• Human capital deficit            • Competition for Reserves      • Supply shocks             • The type, standard, and veracity of documentation required to substanti-
• Worsening fiscal terms           by NOC and IOC                  • Demand shocks             ate and proof each respective claim
• Cost controls                    • Political constraints on      • Uncertain energy policy   • How best to handle such claims prospectively and retrospectively
• Local law issues (contractual    access to reserves              • Climate concerns          • How best to negotiate a settlement on such claims
interpretation; labour laws;       • Political risks               • Energy conservation       • Overriding solutions to avoiding and minimizing such claims
local court; environmental laws;                                   • Adverse State action      • Rapid real time dispute resolution processes best suited to resolve
taxes)                                                                                         disputes on such claims
• Changes to governmental and
NOC operating policies
                                                                                               In the afternoon session the lessons learnt from the workshop will be put
                                         Managing risks                                        into context through an interactive case study. Participants will be guided
                       • Drafting contractual clauses to cover specific risks                  through a practical scenario to consider on a real-life type project where
                       • Identifying appropriate insurance                                     time and money claims may arise and how they should be dealt with. By
                       • Neutralising political risks – BIT, MIT, FTA                          taking participants through the example, participants will be encouraged to
                       • Foreign law, jurisdiction and applicable law issues                   discuss the issues in groups and with the trainers. The session will end with a
                       • Proactive dispute resolution management                               group discussion and question and answer session.

Facilitators: Robert Volterra (Latham & Watkins) & Primila Edward (Straits Consulting          Facilitators : Belden Premaraj (M/S Belden) & Kevin Reeves and Jon
Group)                                                                                         Prudhoe (Trett Consulting)

Delegate 1                                                                            Cancellation Policy
Title: ____________________________                                         If you are unable to attend, a substitute
First name: _______________________ Last name: ___________________          delegate is welcomed at no extra
Email address: ____________________ Telephone: ___________________          charge. Please provide the name and
Fax: ______________________ Department: _________________________           title of the substitute delegate at least 3
Company address: ______________________________________________             working days prior to the conference. A
______________________________________________________________              refund less USD 400 for administration
Which workshop are you registering for?                                     costs will be made for cancellations
                                                                            received in writing on or before 12th
    Workshop A                Workshop B
                                                                            April 2010. Regrettably, no refund can
                                                                            be made for cancellations received
Delegate 2                                                                  after this date. A complete set of docu-
Title: ____________________________                                         ments will however be sent to you.
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    Workshop A                Workshop B                                    Tel: (603) 2162 2233
                                                                            Fax: (603) 2161 5555
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                                                                            Asia-Pacific Conference 2010’. Hotel
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Which workshop are you registering for?                                     directly with the hotel.
    Workshop A                Workshop B

                                                                           Priority Code: OGAPGIMS
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       Group Discount USD 200 discount available for 3rd and subsequent delegates provided early bird discount
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