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[Forum] Round Table Discussion between g7+ and the G20
(Development trajectory: sharing of experience between g7+ and G20 countries)

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Venue KDI School, Seoul, Republic of Korea Date 2014-08-18 ~ 2014-08-22
Host KDI School of Public Policy and Management Organizer
This event will be provided only in English.
Round Table Discussion between g7+ and the G20
"Development trajectory: sharing of experience between g7+ and G20 countries"
August 18  Day 1: g7+/G20 Round Table
- Opening remarks (Dean of KDI School)
- Opening remarks (Chair of the g7+, Minister of Finance and Economic Development, H.E. Kaifala Marah of Sierra Leone)
- Congratulatory remarks (H.E. Emilia Pires,Minister of Finance of Timor-Leste, Special Envoy of g7+)
- Introduction to the g7+: Overview of the history of the organization (Dr. Helder da Costa, g7+ General Secretary)
- Q&A Session
- Policy agenda of the g7+: The New Deal and beyond (Habib Ur Rehman Mayar, Senior Policy Specialist, g7+)
- Country case studies
- Q&A Session
August 19 Day 2: g7+/G20 Round Table
- Introduction to the G20: How does it work? An insider's view (Dr. Wonhyuk Lim, KDI)
- Brisbane Agenda (Paul Shofield, Australian Embassy, Korea)
- "Strategies to Stimulate Growth": Natural resources, jobs and infrastructure in fragile states (World Bank) 
- "Building global economic resilience": What do proposed international tax reforms (BEPS, AEOI, etc.) mean for fragile states? (OECD Tax Department)
- G20 and its origin (John Sinclair)
- Q&A Session
August 20 Day 3: Korea's Development Experience
- Korea's experience I: Trade & industrial policy
- Korea's experience II: Public and private sector/ competition policies
- Korea's experience III: public reform
- G20 presentation (Nadia Piffaretti, World Bank)
g7+ Technical Meeting 
- How to deliver on the 2014/15 workplan (UNGA, WB/IMF, etc.)
- Action plan and agreement on the deliverables for taskforces formed
August 21 Day 4: Institutional visits
- Samsung Electronics Innovation Museum
- Moving to Seoul
- Lunch
- Digital Media City Gallery
- Digital Pavillion
August 22 Day 5: Closing & City Survey of Seoul
- Closing ceremony
- Farewell luncheon
- City Survey of Seoul (Kyungbok Palace, N Seoul Tower, Namdaemun Traditional Market)

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