Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Quoc Khanh talks to Vietnam News Agency on the role of the High-Level Task Force on ASEAN Economic Integration. Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Quoc Khanh. What was the significance of the 37th ‘High-level Task Force on ASEAN Economic Integration (HLTF-EI)’ meeting which was held in Hanoi on February 12 and 13? The event drew the participation of senior economic officials from deputy minister level from all ASEAN member states. High on the agenda was the discussion on what should be written in the recommendations and strategies in the economic integration vision for ASEAN. Participants spent a lot of time discussing co-operation among ASEAN member countries and between ASEAN and other international economic groups. In the discussion on economic co-operation among ASEAN member states, we spent quite a lot of time evaluating the master plan on the course of the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community by 2025. First, the criteria to select counterparts to negotiate with ASEAN member countries. Second, a special group would be created to review the negotiation process for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Program (RECEP), an important move for the coming negotiation sessions in 2020. Did you… Read full this story
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