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2018全球价值链创新发展峰会

发布时间:2018-10-08   作者:    来源:本站原创

2018全球价值链创新发展峰会

20181011-12

深圳会展中心6楼茉莉厅

(中英文同传)

 

组织机构

主办:世界贸易组织World Trade Organization (WTO)

 

商务部国际贸易经济合作研究院Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation, MOFCOM

 

深圳市人民政府People's Government of Shenzhen Municipality

 

承办:深圳市物流与供应链管理协会Shenzhen Logistics and Supply Chain Management Association

深圳市走出去战略合作联盟Shenzhen Outbound Alliance

 

 

 

 

背景

 2018全球价值链创新发展峰会将在全球经济和贸易关系的重要节点举行。虽然全球经济增长继续加快,但经济风险也在上升,世界主要经济体之间的贸易紧张局势加剧。与此同时,技术创新正在迅速发展并重塑产品和服务消费、生产和交换的方式。这些动态为全球价值链带来了挑战和机遇。在此背景下,2018年的峰会为企业、决策者和学术界提供了一个交互平台,以评估影响全球供应链的各种因素,并共同探讨GVC发展和升级的新战略。

2018年峰会的议题是“贸易融资和供应链金融”。贸易融资的不同形态,及其在全球范围内的可用性相关问题都将涉及。专题一将审视相对成熟的信用证市场,该市场仍然在一些领域中普遍应用,例如商品领域。专题二将关注供应链金融解决方案带来的机会和与之相关的挑战。本专题将概述供应链金融的主要形式,并阐述开发现代解决方案作为企业竞争力进入供应链的重要性。两个专题环节将得益于从业人员的分享与讨论,比如银行家、国际顾问、国际金融机构代表等。

 

除了贸易融资专题之外,按照传统,峰会还将召开一个关于全球经济和贸易总体状况的专题,包括围绕全球价值链产生的崭新机遇以及潜在风险。此专题将重点关注今年贸易紧张局势对GVCs已经产生的和可能产生的影响; 以及技术创新带来的GVC升级。

 

 

 

 

议程

 

 

第一天: 20181011

 

09:00-09:15

开幕式:开幕和欢迎致辞 

欢迎致辞:

深圳市政府代表

易小准 世界贸易组织副总干事

顾学明 商务部国际贸易经济合作研究院院长

郑艳玲 深圳市物流与供应链管理协会秘书长

09:15-12:30

专题一:影响GVCs的因素贸易政策变动和技术创新

 

 

全球贸易正面临调整。主要经济体推行的新贸易政策和战略引发了贸易紧张和摩擦。近几年的贸易扩张似乎正在放缓。供应链内的位于世界各地的工厂开始感受到成本上升和重选生产基地的压力。如何应对这些挑战并制定合理的战略从而适应和调整是供应链专业人士、研究人员和决策者的重要问题。

 

另一方面,在数字化、人工智能、区块链、机器人和工业4.0为代表的新技术创新浪潮的推动下,经济也经历着一次重大提升。新技术为企业提供了新的增长潜力,降低了企业成本,使新的商业模式成为可能,并重新定义了产品在世界各地的生产和分销方式。创新也正在以前所未有的方式深刻改变跨境供应链的组织,提高效率。

 

专题小组人员由经济学家、GVC研究人员,供应链管理人员和创新专家构成,将讨论当前影响全球贸易的因素,尤其是通过GVCs的贸易,并探索在新的政策和创新环境中维持和加强GVCs的设想、方案和可能采取的策略。

 

关键问题:

  1. 全球经济的总体趋势是什么?主要经济体的贸易政策可能会对世界经济和贸易产生什么影响?
  2. 贸易紧张局势升温对GVCs可能带来的负面影响有哪些?是否已经有一些影响出现了?
  3. 供应链中的企业有哪些选择可以用来应对短期中断以及中期和长期调整?
  4. 具有重塑全球生产和供应网络的前景技术是什么?未来几年在GVCs中它们的可能应用场景是什么?
  5. 这些技术有多成熟?多长时间它们就会对商业活动产生影响?
  6. 企业和政府从这些技术创新中获益的正确策略应该是什么?

 

 

 

主题演讲

 

09:15-09:45

贸易保护主义和GVCs

        Gary Gereffi杜克大学全球化、管理和竞争力中心教授和主任

 

 

09:45-10:15

贸易多棱镜:IBM和马士基联手打造了一个开放和中性的平台以改变行业

Nicolas Buhmann, 马士基全球贸易数字化商务经理

 

10:15-10:30

茶歇

 

10:30-12:30

专题讨论

 

Gary Gereffi杜克大学全球化、管理和竞争力中心教授和主任

赵忠秀 全球价值链研究院创始院长、对外经济贸易大学副校长

Graham Slack马士基战略情报部首席经济学家

Luis Arriaga Arias UPS亚太区域交通集团总裁

Gabriel Petrus巴西国际商会(ICC)和智能科技贸易倡议(ITTI) 执行理事

Nicolas Buhmann马士基全球贸易数字化商务经理

Pun-Arj Chairatana泰国国家创新局局长                                             

 

主持人:

Robert B. Koopman 世界贸易组织首席经济学家

 

峰会对话(问答环节)

 

12:30-14:30

午宴与交流                     

14:30-17:00

专题二:走进贸易融资:对传统产品与融资便利的探讨

 

仅有一小部分的国际贸易提前支付现金,因为进口商通常希望最快在收到商品时支付款项,而出口商则希望最晚在发货时收到费用。为弥补这一时间差,需要信贷或担保。贸易融资提供了在此期间降低支付风险所需的信贷、付款保函、保险和应收款融资。因此,贸易融资是贸易的润滑剂。

 

本专题将讨论与使用传统贸易融资产品有关的现实和政策问题,如信用证、履约担保、出口装运信贷和进口信贷。简要介绍这些产品之后,会议将强调,"传统的"贸易融资产品仍然具有吸引力,因为它们在使用中得到了国际的认可。供给侧制约取决于其供应能力,尤其在发展中国家表现突出。它们之中的一些产品存在的挑战是高度劳动密集型。这些挑战有望被数字革命改变。

 

关键问题:

  1. 简要介绍传统贸易融资市场发生短缺时的规模、特征和经济影响
  2. 使用途径、银行能力和监管/合规等问题如何影响贸易融资?在贸易融资过程中政策考虑因素有哪些?
  3. 在塑造包括数字化在内的未来贸易融资,私人/公共/学术机构如何动态演化?

 

 

14:30-15:15

主题演讲

 

传统贸易融资解决方案及其相关政策问题综述

       Marc Auboin, 世界贸易组织参赞

 

15:15-15:30

茶歇

 

15:30-17:00

专题讨论

 

Alexander Malaket奥普斯国际咨询公司总裁,国际商会银行委员会执委会副主席

Steve Beck亚洲发展银行贸易融资主管

刘云飞中国银行总行贸易金融部副总经理

徐珺中国银行江苏省分行贸易金融部副总经理

 

主持人:

Marc Auboin, 世界贸易组织参赞

 

峰会对话(问答环节)

 

17:45-20:00

深圳市物流与供应链管理协会举办的欢迎晚宴

 

地点:深圳会展中心5号馆

 

第二天:20181012

09:00-12:00

专题三:供应链金融:潜在的解决方案与挑战

 

与过去二十年一样,在全球价值链的背景下,贸易在很大程度上得到了扩展,买卖双方处理支付和信贷的方式也发生了变化。虽然传统的贸易融资(例如信用证形式)仍然是贸易融资的一种重要形式,但为满足加工贸易的买卖双方的需求,供应链金融解决方案的发展速度更快。供应链金融解决方案变化很大,可能涉及银行、保险公司和支持买卖双方的保理公司。然而,对中小企业来说,找到负担得起的供应链融资解决方案可能是一个挑战。中小企业通常被视为金融中介机构在供应链中涉及的应付账款和应收账款级联中的“薄弱环节”。

 

关键问题:

  1. 关于供应链金融普遍的市场观点和共识是如何演变的?
  2. 更广泛地使用和采用供应链金融可获得哪些机会?
  3. 从政策角度可以做些什么来促进供应链金融技术的使用,同时提高经济包容性?
  4. 随着金融科技和其他非银行金融机构的更多参与,市场会如何发展?

 

09:00-09:45

主题演讲

 

供应链解决方案和挑战的回顾

Alexander Malaket奥普斯国际咨询公司总裁,国际商会银行委员会执委会副主席

 

09:45-10:00

茶歇

 

10:00-12:00

专题讨论

 

Alexander Malaket奥普斯国际咨询公司总裁,国际商会银行委员会执委会副主席

Steve Beck亚洲发展银行贸易融资主管

陈龙 蚂蚁金服首席战略官(去掉)

黄毅瑞士日内瓦高级国际关系及发展学院助理教授

刘云飞中国银行总行贸易金融部副总经理

徐珺中国银行江苏省分行贸易金融部副总经理

 

主持人:

Marc Auboin, 世界贸易组织参赞

 

峰会对话(问答环节)

 

12:00-12:30

总结

 

实质性总结:

Robert B.Koopman世界贸易组织首席经济学家

 

闭幕致辞:

易小准 世界贸易组织副总干事

孙天璐 深圳市走出去战略合作联盟执行会长

12:30-14:30

午宴与交流

14:30-17:00

工厂参观:顺丰速运(物流企业)和深圳传音控股有限公司(手机生产商)

 

顺丰速运是国内领先的快递物流综合服务商之一,立志于为客户提供一体化的综合物流解决方案。顺丰不仅提供配送端的高质量物流服务,还延伸至价值链前端的产、供、销、配等环节,以客户需求出发,利用大数据分析和云计算技术,为客户提供仓储管理、销售预测、大数据分析、结算管理等一体化的综合物流服务。

 

传音控股致力于成为全球新兴市场最具品牌影响力,且消费者最喜爱的智能终端产品和移动增值服务提供商。传音旗下拥有新兴市场知名手机领导手机品牌TECNOitelInfinixSpice。经过10余年的发展,传音现已成为全球新兴市场手机行业的中坚力量。2017年,传音在全球销售了将近1.3亿部手机。据IDC数据,2017年传音旗下各品牌手机在非洲的市场份额达到45%

 

 

 

2018 Global Value Chain Innovation Development Summit

 

11-12 October 2018

Jasmine Hall, 6th Floor, Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center

 

 

Organized by

World Trade Organization (WTO)

Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation, MOFCOM

People's Government of Shenzhen Municipal

Shenzhen Logistics and Supply Chain Management Association (SLSCMA)

 

BACKGROUND

The 2018 Global Value Chain Innovation Development Summit is taking place at an important juncture in global economic and trade relations. While global economic growth continues to strengthen, there are rising economic risks, including rising trade tensions between major economies. In the meantime, technological innovation is advancing rapidly and reshaping the way products and services are consumed, produced and exchanged. These dynamics present both challenges and opportunities for global value chains. In this context, the 2018 Summit provides a platform for businesses, policy makers and academia to take stock of various factors influencing global supply chains, and collectively explore new strategies for GVC development and upgrading.

 

The main theme of the 2018 Summit is "trade finance and supply chain finance". It will take a look at trade finance in its different forms, and issues related to availability, globally and locally. One session will examine the relatively mature market of letters of credit market, which remains prevalent in certain sectors, such as commodities. The other session will look into the opportunities provided by supply chain finance solutions, but also the challenges related to them. The session will describe the main forms of supply chain finance and address the importance of developing modern solutions as a factor of competitiveness of firms into the supply chain.  The two sessions will benefit from the input of practitioners such as bankers, international consultants, representatives of international financial institutions.

 

In addition to the sessions on trade finance, and as is the tradition, the Summit will dedicate a session on the general state of the global economy and trade, including the new opportunities and potential risks revolved around global value chains. The session will focus on this year the effects and implication of recent trade tensions to GVCs; and the GVC upgrade brought by the technological innovations.

 

Draft Programme

 

 

Day 1: 11 October 2018

 

08:00-08:40

CLOSED-DOOR PREPARATORY BREAKFAST MEETING

 

Venue: [Breakfast room,  Sheraton Shenzhen Futian Hotel]

Participants: Moderators, panellists and other speakers

 

09:00-09:15

INAUGURATION: OPENING AND WELCOME SPEECH

 

Welcome Speech

Representative of Shenzhen Municipal Government

Yi Xiaozhun, Deputy Director-General, World Trade Organization

GU Xueming, President, Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation, MOFCOM

Zheng Yanling, Secretary-General, Shenzhen Logistics and Supply Chain Management Association (SLSCMA)

09:15-12:30

SESSION 1: Forces affecting GVCs – trade policy dynamic and technological innovation

 

Global trade is facing potential adjustments. The new trade policies and strategies pursued by major economies have raised trade tensions and frictions. Trade expansion in the recent years seems slowing down. Supply chains linking factories around the world have started feeling the burden of rising cost and the pressure to relocate manufacturing facilities. How to deal with these challenges and formulate sound strategies to adapt and adjust are the important questions for supply chain professionals, researchers and policymakers.

 

On the other hand, economy is also experiencing a major boost propelled by the new wave of technological innovation, represented by digitalization, artificial intelligence, blockchain, robotics, and industry 4.0. New technologies provide firms with new growth potential and lowered costs; enable new business models; and redefine the ways in which products are produced and distributed around the world. Innovation is also deeply changing the organization of cross-border supply chains with improved efficiency in an unprecedented way.

 

This panel, consisted of economists, GVC researchers, supply chain managers, and innovation experts, will discuss factors currently influencing global trade, particularly the trade through GVCs; and explore ideas, options, and possible strategies to sustain and reinforce GVCs in the new policy and innovation environment. 

 

Key Questions

  1. What are the general trends in the global economy? What could be the impacts of trade policy of major economies on the world economy and trade?
  2. What could be the negative consequences of rising trade tensions on GVCs? Have some impacts already started to show?
  3. What are the options for businesses along supply chains to cope with short-term interruption, as well as mid or long-term adjustment?
  4. What are the promising technologies that could reshaping global production and supply networks? What are the possible scenarios in applying them in GVCs in the coming years?
  5. How mature are these technologies and how soon they would be affecting business activities?
  6. What should be the correct strategies for both businesses and governments to reap the benefits of those technological innovations?

 

 

 

 

Keynote Presentation

 

09:15-09:45

"Protectionism and GVCs"

       Gary Gereffi, Professor and Director of the Center on Globalization, Governance & Competitiveness at Duke University 

 

09:45-10:15

"TradeLens: IBM and Maersk develop an open and neutral supply chain platform poised to transform the industry"

       Nicolas Buhmann, Commercial Manager, Global Trade Digitisation, Maersk

 

10:15-10:30

Coffee & Tea Break

 

10:30-12:30

Panel Discussion

 

Gary Gereffi, Professor and Director of the Center on Globalization, Governance & Competitiveness at Duke University

Zhongxiu Zhao, Founding Dean of Research Institute for Global Value Chains, Vice?President, University of International Business and Economics, China

Graham Slack, Chief Economist, Head of Strategic Intelligence, Maersk

Luis Arriaga Arias, President, Transportation Group, UPS Asia Pacific Region

Gabriel Petrus, Executive Director, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Brazil, and  ITTI - Intelligent Tech & Trade Initiative

Nicolas Buhmann, Commercial Manager, Global Trade Digitisation, Maersk

Pun-Arj Chairatana, Director, National Innovation Agency, Thailand    

 

Moderator

Robert B. Koopman, Chief Economist, World Trade Organization

 

Summit Dialogue (Q&A)

 

12:30-14:30

Luncheon and networking

                                     

14:30-17:00

SESSION 2: Access to Trade Finance: an important element to firms’ competitiveness – looking at traditional products and facilities

 

Only a small part of international trade is paid cash in advance, as importers generally wish to pay, at the earliest, upon receipt of the merchandise while exporters wish to be paid upon shipment at the latest. To bridge this time gap, a credit or a guarantee of payment is required. Trade finance provides the credit, payment guarantee, insurance, and receivable finance needed to mitigate the payment risk during this period. As such, trade finance is the lubricant of trade.

 

This session will look at the practical and policies issues related to the use of traditional trade finance products, such as letters of credit, performance guarantees, pre-shipment export credit, and import credit. After briefly introducing such markets, the session will highlight that “Traditional” trade finance products remain quite attractive, as their use is well codified internationally. Supply side constraints exist regarding their availability, particularly in developing countries. Challenges exists are some of these products are very labour intensive, and will hopefully be subject to the digital revolution.

 

Key Questions

  1. Brief presentation of  Traditional Trade Finance markets size, characteristics, and  economic impact of shortages when they occur
  2. How do the issues of access, bank capacity and regulation/compliance impact trade financing and what are the policy considerations at play?
  3. How is the private/public/academic dynamic evolving in shaping the future of trade finance, including digitisation?

 

 

 

 

14:30-15:15

Keynote Presentation

 

"Review of Traditional Trade Finance solutions and policy issues around them"

       Marc Auboin, Counsellor, World Trade Organization

 

15:15-15:30

Coffee & Tea Break

 

15:30-17:00

Panel Discussion

 

Alexander Malaket, President, Opus Advisory International

Steve Beck, Head of Trade Finance, Asian Development Bank

Liu Yunfei, Deputy General Manager, Global Trade Services Department, Bank of China, Head Office

Xu Jun, Deputy General Manager, Global Trade Services Department, Bank of China, Jiangsu Branch

 

Moderator

Marc Auboin, Counsellor, World Trade Organization

 

Summit Dialogue (Q&A)

 

17:45-20:00

Welcome dinner hosted by Shenzhen Logistics and Supply Chain Management Association (SLSCMA)

 

Venue: Hall 5, Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center

 

Day 2: 12 October 2018

 

09:00-12:00

SESSION 3: Supply Chain Finance: Review of potential solutions and challenges

 

As in the past two decades trade has to a large extent expanded in the context of global value chains, the way buyers and sellers have been handling payments and credit has been transformed.  While traditional trade finance, in the form of letters of credit for example, remains an important form of trade finance, supply chain finance solutions have developed at a faster rate to accommodate the needs of buyers and sellers involved in processing trade.  Supply chain finance solutions vary a great deal, and may involve parties such as banks, insurance companies, and factoring companies in support of buyers and sellers. However, obtaining affordable supply chain finance solutions can be a challenge for SMEs, which are often seen as the "weak link" by financial intermediaries in the cascade of payables and receivables involved in supply chains.

 

Key Questions

  1. How is the common market view and understanding of Supply Chain Finance (SCF) evolving?
  2. What are the opportunities available through broader usage and adoption of SCF?
  3. What can be done from a policy perspective to motivate greater use of SCF techniques and to increase economic inclusion?
  4. How will the market evolve with the greater involvement of FinTechs and Non-Banks?

 

09:00-09:45

Keynote Presentations

 

"Review of Supply Chain solutions and challenges"

       Alexander Malaket, President of Opus International, Deputy Head of the        Executive Committee, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking        Commission

            

09:45-10:00

Coffee & Tea Break

 

 

 

10:00-12:00

Panel Discussion

 

Alexander Malaket, President of Opus International, Deputy Head of the Executive Committee, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission

Steve Beck, Head of Trade Finance, Asian Development Bank

Huang Yi, Assistant Professor, Pictet Chair for Finance and Development Graduate Institute Of International And Development Studies

Liu Yunfei, Deputy General Manager, Global Trade Services Department, Bank of China, Head Office

Xu Jun, Deputy General Manager, Global Trade Services Department, Bank of China, Jiangsu Branch

 

Moderator

Marc Auboin, Counsellor, World Trade Organization

 

Summit Dialogue (Q&A)

 

12:00-12:30

CONCLUSIONS AND CLOSURE

 

Substantive Summary

Robert B. Koopman, Chief Economist, World Trade Organization

 

Closing Speech

Yi Xiaozhun, Deputy Director-General, World Trade Organization

Sun Tianlu, Executive Chairman, Shenzhen Outbound Alliance (SOA)

 

12:30-14:30

Luncheon and networking

 

14:30-17:00

FACTORY VISIT: SF Express (logistics) and TRANSSION (cell phone manufacturer)

 

SF Express is one of China’s leading comprehensive service providers of express logistics and it aims to provide customers with integrated and comprehensive logistics solutions. In addition to providing high-quality logistics services at the distribution end, SF has also extended its services to front-end processes, including production, supply, marketing, and distribution, for the value chain. Based on customer requirements, utilizing big data analysis and cloud computing technologies, SF provides customers with integrated logistics services including warehousing management, sales forecasting, big data analysis, and settlement management.

 

TRANSSION is a smart device manufacturer and mobile value-added services provider with the highest brand influence in global emerging markets. It is best-known in emerging markets for its leading mobile phone brands, including TECNO, itel, Infinix, and Spice. After more than 10 years of expansion, the company has become a leading player in the mobile industry in global emerging markets. In 2017, TRANSSION sold nearly 130 million mobile phones globally. According to IDC figures for 2017, TRANSSION’s mobile phone brands held a 45% share in the African market.