Session 1: Energy Security in Northeast Asia in a New Era
Looking through various variables which affect global energy market in recent times, participants discussed their impact on energy security in North-East Asia, thereby emphasizing the necessity for regional cooperation.
Session 2. Introduction of the objective, content, expectation and delivery of the workshop
Session 3. Review of the key issues on TTFMM
Session 4. Review of the key issues on BPA
Session 5. Breakout session
Session 7. Breakout session
Session 9. Data collection skills and techniques in BPA
Session 10. Overview of TRS and relevant studies in Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal
Session 11. Presentation of border crossing procedures by Bangladesh Delegation
Session 13. Presentation of border crossing procedures by Nepal Delegation
An important function of the government is to collect taxes for the provision of public goods. While a number of South-East Asian economies, such as Indonesia and the Philippines, have relatively low tax revenues as a share of GDP, there is renewed public interest in strengthening tax revenues for better education, healthcare and infrastructure, especially in the context of the recently adopted 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
This is a Korean version of tentative programme of the Launch of the Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2014 in ROK held on 28 August, 2014 and a brief summary of Korea's country briefing note.
The 20th Senior Officials Meeting (SOM-20) will take place in Tokyo, Japan during 1-2 February 2016. The SOM reviews institutional matters and plans for NEASPEC activities going forward in the field of transboundary air pollution, nature conservation, desertification and land degradation, low carbon cities and marine protected areas. The upcoming SOM will adopt the 5-year Strategic Plan 2016-2020 and discuss the role of NEASPEC in subregional processes for broader global development agenda, particularly, the Sustainable Development Goals.