Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Pacific Rim Policy Exchange in Singapore

If you are interested, do contact Wan Saiful.

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Dear all,


The Malaysia Think Tank can now support up to 10 people to attend the Pacific Rim Policy Exchange on 14-15 October 2009. The normal conference fee is USD450, but if you register through the MTT, we will cover your fees. Please note that this does not include accommodation. 


The conference will take place at the Pan Pacific Hotel, Marina Square, Singapore. This is a unique, centralized, high quality forum for the open exchange of the best practices and strategies on property rights, tax policy and other pressing issues facing this region. Check out the conference website here: http://www.pacrimpolicyexchange.com/agenda


Please let me know (wansaiful@malaysiathinktank.org) if you would like to attend the Pacific Rim Policy Exchange.



Additionally, in partnership with the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) , the Malaysia Think Tank is organising a seminar entitled: "Fixing the Global Economy: Should ASEAN follow Obama's footsteps?". Speakers are Professor Julian Morris (International Policy Network) and Mr Grover Norquist (American for Tax Reform). The seminar will held on Friday 16 October 2009, 10am to 12 noon, at Seminar Room II, ISEAS. Please see the attached leaflet for further information. Everyone's invited!


Best wishes,

Wan



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Wan Saiful Wan Jan

Malaysia Think Tank

Email: wansaiful@malaysiathinktank.org

Web: www.WauBebas.org 







2009 Pacific Rim Policy Exchange

 

Americans for Tax Reform Foundation,

Acton Institute, International Policy Network,

Property Rights Alliance,

and the World Taxpayers Associations

 

Present the 3rd Annual

 

Pacific Rim Policy Exchange

 

SINGAPORE

 

October 14-15, 2009

 

Please join us for two days of workshops and brainstorming with free market advocates from the Pacific Rim. The goal of this networking conference is to provide a unique, centralized, high quality forum for the open exchange of the best practices and strategies on property rights, tax policy and other pressing issues facing this region.

 

For more information and to view the agenda visitwww.pacrimpolicyexchange.com.

 

Registration deadlines:

Hotel room block cut-off: September 14

Registration: September 21

 

 

Click Here to Register Online

Click Here to Reserve Hotel Room

 

*In cooperation with the Pacific Rim Policy Exchange, the World Taxpayers Associations will be holding the Asia-Pacific Taxpayers Union (APTU) in Singapore on Friday October 16th. Pacific Rim Policy Exchange attendees are encouraged to stay for the event.*


2 comments:

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Chen Chow said...

C Guevara, thanks for the info. Sorry to hear about the situation of Yeoh Yen Kee. Would spread my words and rally people to donate for the cause.

If you have contact to Jit Sin Alumni, perhaps, we can find ways to contact them.

Thanks.

Regards,
Chen Chow