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Dealing With Offensive & Defensive


Interest In Malaysia’s International
Commitments In Trade In Services
A Programme Under
The Service Sector Development Fund of Malaysia
Liberalizing The Malaysian Services
Industrial Development Authority
L I B E R A L I Z I N G Sector & Accessing Foreign
THE MALAYSIAN SERVICES Branding & Intellectual Property In
SECTOR
Trade In Services
&
Please return the duly completed application
ACCESSING FOREIGN MARKETS
form to:
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5 - 6 November 2009 KLMCC
Palm Garden IOI Resort
No 79C, Level 3, Damai Complex,
Putrajaya
Closing Date : 30th October 2009 (Friday)
Jln Datuk Hj Eusoff,
Participation Fee : Free of Charge
50400 Kuala Lumpur
Attn To : En Khazali / Mr K. Tharmapalan /
Mrs Rusmawati
Registration is based on first come first serve
Email : dpmmkl@tm.net.my, khaz@klmcc.com, basis which limited for 50 participants only
tharma@klmcc.com, ros@klmcc.com
Tel: 03 4042 4711 Fax: 03 4042 1540
LIBERALIZING THE MALAYSIAN CONTENTS & STRUCTURE CONTENTS & STRUCTURE
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SERVICES SECTOR AND ACCESSING DAY 1 : 5 November 2009 th
DAY 2 : 6 November 2009
9.00 am to 4.00 pm 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
FOREIGN MARKETS
• Ambassador Roberto Echandi, Costa Rica • Ambassador Roberto Echandi, Costa Rica
Embassy, Brussels Embassy, Brussels
• Sufian Jusoh, World Trade Institute, Bern. • Sufian Jusoh, World Trade Institute, Bern.
O B J E C T I V E • Kamil Rahman, Grant Thornton, Kuala Lumpur. • Kuriakose Varghese, India
• Ghazali Salamat, Hitech Circle, Kuala Lumpur • Federico Lupo Pasini, World Trade Institute, Bern.
The course has been exclusively designed to • Affandy Faiz, Francorp Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.
INTRODUCTION TO THE LIBERALIZATION OF • Sadeq Z. Bigdeli, World Trade Institute, Bern
enhance the understanding of the participants on (Iran)
TRADE IN SERVICES
the consequences deriving from the liberalization
This part will introduce the basic concept of
of the service sector in Malaysia and abroad. MANAGING RISK IN FOREIGN MARKET
liberalization of trade in services and how service EXPANSION
providers can take advantage from the
liberalization. Introduction to the regulation of trade Foreign market expansion carries risks with it and
The course will explain to Malaysian service in services in the World Trade Organization one has to know what to expect in the foreign
providers the economic and business implications Agreements and in Regional Free Trade and market expansion in trade in services. This session
Investment Agreements. will explain the business risks associated with the
of the liberalization of the service sector in expansion of the business abroad.

Malaysia and the corresponding liberalization in OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE INTERESTS IN


TRADE IN SERVICES
other foreign markets. ACCESSING FOREIGN SERVICES MARKET
This session will discuss what are the
consequences of market opening in Malaysia and This part discusses what are the issues, business
abroad. How Malaysian service providers should regulations and peculiarities in accessing market in
In the course will be discussed the opportunities defend their market position at home and conquer trade in services the following geographical areas:
market power in foreign markets
originated from the liberalization of services in
• The Middle East
major foreign countries and will explain which REGULATION OF TRADE IN SERVICES IN • North America
ASEAN and FTAs • Europe
strategies Malaysian service providers should • India
adopt in order to benefit from foreign service This session will discuss the ASEAN free area for • Central and South America
services (AFAS) and the regulation of trade in • ASEAN
sector liberalization and thus conquer foreign ASEAN and FTAs.
markets.