Project Stakeholders

  • ASEAN Secretariat

The ASEAN Secretariat was set up in February 1976 by the Foreign Ministers of ASEAN. It was then housed at the Department of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia in Jakarta. The ASEAN Secretariat’s basic function is to provide for greater efficiency in the coordination of ASEAN organs and for more effective implementation of ASEAN projects and activities

The ASEAN Secretariat’s vision is that by 2015, it will be the nerve centre of a strong and confident ASEAN Community that is globally respected for acting in full compliance with its Charter and in the best interest of its people.

The ASEAN Secretariat’s mission is to initiate, facilitate and coordinate ASEAN stakeholder collaboration in realising the purposes and principles of ASEAN as reflected in the ASEAN Charter.

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  • Delegation of the European Union to Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam and ASEAN

The EU and ASEAN have enjoyed a close relationship for over thirty years. As the two major regional integration initiatives in the world, ASEAN and the EU are indeed natural partners. ASEAN and the EU have developed an extensive programme of cooperation. Part of this cooperation is made through political dialogue. Another part is delivered through EU assistance programmes, such as COMPASS.

The essential goal of the EU Delegation work is to help maintain and deepen the relations of the EU with Indonesia and Brunei Darussalam, as well as with ASEAN (the Association of South East Asian Nations), which has its ASEAN Secretariat in Jakarta.

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  • Members of ASEAN Community Statistical System (ACSS) Committee

The Terms of Reference of the ACSS Committee were adopted by the ASEAN Heads of Statistical Offices Meeting (AHSOM) in Jakarta, Indonesia in July 2011 and endorsed by the ASEAN Economic Ministers Meeting (AEM) through the Senior Economic Officials Meeting (SEOM) at the 43rd AEM in Manado, Indonesia, in August 2011.

The ACSS is a partnership between and among the national statistical systems of the ASEAN Member States (AMSs), the ASEAN Community Councils, and the ASEAN Secretariat. It is the highest regional policy-making and coordinating body on ASEAN statistics.

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Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union situated in Luxembourg. Its task is to provide the European Union with statistics at European level that enable comparisons between countries and regions. Eurostat offers a whole range of important and interesting data that governments, businesses, the education sector, journalists and the public can use for their work and daily life.

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  • ASEANstats

ASEANstats is the statistical service of the ASEAN Secretariat. It is committed to serving the statistical information needs of the peoples, institutions, businesses, economies, societies, and culture of ASEAN and of the international community. ASEANstats aims to become an authoritative source of relevant, comparable and timely ASEAN statistics to facilitate knowledge building in a strong, confident and respected ASEAN Community.

ASEANstats, in cooperation with the ASEAN Member States’ national statistical systems, also aims to help build and promote the use of 2 knowledge about the ASEAN Community –its peoples and institutions, economies, societies and cultures.

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  • ASEAN Integration Monitoring Office (AIMO)

The ASEAN Integration Monitoring Office (AIMO) was set up at the ASEAN Secretariat (ASEC) in Jakarta in 2010 through the initiative of the ASEAN Finance Ministers to strengthen the monitoring of regional economic integration in ASEAN. AIMO is attached to the Office of the Deputy Secretary-General for the ASEAN Economic Community (DSG-AEC), and is headed by a Director/ Chief Economist supported by a team of economists. In particular, AIMO is tasked to: (i) Spearhead the implementation of regional surveillance and economic integration monitoring in ASEAN; (ii) Provide high level policy and technical advice and recommendations to support ASEAN economic integration initiatives; (iii) Shape the economic research and policy analysis programme of ASEC; (iv) Ensure effective information dissemination, communication and reporting on ASEAN economic integration; and (v) Provide in-house capacity development for economic integration monitoring, analysis and research.

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  • ASEAN Member States

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Viet Nam