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STANDING COMMITTEE (SC) 

  • The SC is the PECC's governing body, which meets once a year.

  • It consists of all of the full member committees, and two institutional members and invited associate member committees in a limited capacity.

  • The Co-chairs are elected for 3-year terms, Ambassador Donald Campbell, Distinguished Fellow of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and Mr Jusuf Wanandi, Senior Fellow and Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Centre for Strategic and International Studies are the current co-chairs. 


 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (EC)

  • The EC is a subset of the Standing Committee, it consists of 11 members plus the Secretary General in an ex officio capacity.

  • The EC oversees the day-to-day work of PECC including the selection of task forces and the evaluation of the work program.

 


 

MEMBER COMMITTEES

  • PECC has 26 member committees.

  • Each member committee comprises tripartite, senior representatives from business, government and academic circles (Member's Directory). They initiate and/or participate in PECC work program, while having their own activities.

Full Members:
Australia
Brunei Darussalam
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Ecuador
Hong Kong, China
Indonesia
Japan
Korea
Malaysia
Mexico
Mongolia
New Zealand
Peru
The Philippines
Singapore
Pacific Islands Forum
Chinese Taipei
Thailand
The United States
Vietnam

Associate Members:
France (Pacific Territories)

Institutional Members:
Pacific Trade and Development Conference (PAFTAD)
Pacific Basin Economic Council (PBEC)

 


 

TASK FORCES

  • Task Forces are the primary mechanisms for PECC work program.

  • Each work group is composed of representatives from member committees and, where applicable, other invited institutions and/or individuals.

 


 

INTERNATIONAL SECRETARIAT

  • The PECC International Secretariat is located in Singapore.

 

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