Actors of Regulatory Reform: The Role of the Private Sector - Guillermo M. Luz

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Presentation by Guillermo M. Luz, Private Sector Co-Chairman,National Competitive Council, Philippines, at the OECD Southeast Asia Forum, 25-26 March 2014, Bali, Indonesia. Further information is available at http://www.oecd.org/gov/regulatory-policy/southeast-asia-regional-forum.htm

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Actors of Regulatory Reform: The Role of the Private Sector - Guillermo M. Luz

  1. 1. OECD Southeast Asia Regional Forum Hotel Grand Nikko, Bali 25 March 2014 GUILLERMO M. LUZ Private Sector Co-Chairman ACTORS OF REGULATORY REFORM The Role of the Private Sector
  2. 2. Executive Order 44 • Advise the President and Cabinet on policy matters affecting competitiveness • Promote and develop competitiveness strategies • Provide inputs to the Philippine Development Plan, Budget Plan, legislative agenda • Recommend to Congress proposed legislation regarding competitiveness
  3. 3. Membership Public Sector Chairman Secretary of Trade and Industry Secretary of Finance Secretary of Energy Secretary of Education Secretary of Tourism Secretary of NEDA (Planning Agency) Membership Private Sector Co-Chairman Business Community CEO – Ayala Corporation CEO – Shell Group CEO – Jollibee Food Corporation CEO – Tallwood Venture Capital CEO – JG Summit
  4. 4. Our Mission To build up long-term competitiveness of the Philippines through : – policy reforms – project implementation – institution-building – performance monitoring
  5. 5. Work Program  Benchmark against key global competitiveness indices  Map each indicator to the agency responsible  Gameplans to address performance indicators  Track city / municipality competitiveness indicators  Working Groups concentrate on specific projects  Link Competitiveness Plan to Philippine Development Plan, National Budget, Congress, Cabinet Agenda
  6. 6. Projects  Working Groups (sectoral focus)  Regional Competitiveness Committees (geographical focus)  Ease of Doing Business Task Force (process improvement focus)  Balanced Scorecards (institutional focus)  Monitoring and Evaluation (measuring customer experience)  Simplification (regulatory focus)
  7. 7. Building Blocks National Competitiveness Working Groups Doing Business Task Forces Regional Competitiveness Governance
  8. 8. REPORT CHANGE 2013 VS 2012 CHANGE OVER 3 YEARS 1. World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Index + 6 + 26 2. IFC/WB Ease of Doing Business Report + 30 + 28 3. IMD World Competitiveness Report +5 +3 4. Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index +11 +35 5. Economic Freedom Index +10 +18 6. Global IT Report (WEF) 0 0 7. Travel and Tourism Report (WEF) +12 +12 8. Global Innovation Index +5 +17 www.competitive.org.ph GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS PERFORMANCE
  9. 9. Public – Private Collaboration is important and effective. We learn from each other. 9 www.competitive.org.ph
  10. 10. /Compete.Philippines @ncc_PHadmin@competitive.org.ph THANK YOU www.competitive.org.ph

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