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&amp;lt;!–:id–&amp;gt;Seminar Nasional GRTW (Get Ready to be Wealthy) 2014&amp;lt;!–:–&amp;gt;&amp;lt;!–:en–&amp;gt;National Seminar GRTW (Get Ready to Be Wealthy) 2014&amp;lt;!–:–&amp;gt;
24 September 2014
&amp;lt;!–:id–&amp;gt;Taat Pajak Untuk Indonesia yang Lebih Baik&amp;lt;!–:–&amp;gt;
25 September 2014

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In order to maintain political stability and the ASEAN regional security, improve the competitiveness of the region as a whole in the world market, and boost economic growth, reduce poverty and improve the living standard of the ASEAN Member Countries agreed to immediately realize the real economic integration through ASEAN Economy Community (AEC ). AEC is a form of the planned ASEAN economic integration achieved in 2015. Further step to realize the AEC by 2015, ASEAN member countries have agreed on the ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (ATIGA) at the meeting of the 14th ASEAN Summit on 27 February 2009 in Chaam, Thailand . ATIGA is a codification of the overall ASEAN agreement on liberalization and facilitation of trade in goods (trade in goods). Thus, the CEPT Agreement ATIGA is the replacement and improvement of the ASEAN agreement on trade in goods in a comprehensive and integrative tailored to the AEC Blueprint agreements related to the movement of goods flow (free flow of goods) as one of the elements forming a single market and production base region. The willingness of Indonesia together with nine (9) other ASEAN countries to form the AEC in 2015 based on the belief in the benefits which conceptually would boost economic growth in Indonesia and the ASEAN region. One embodiment of the AEC in 2015 was the creation of economic integration through the opening and the formation of larger markets, drive increased efficiency and competitiveness, as well as the opening of employment opportunities in the ASEAN region, will improve the welfare of the entire country in the ASEAN region. 2015 AEC embodiment of ASEAN as a region will put the 3rd largest market in the world, supported by the population of the 3rd largest (8% of the total world population) after China and India. With a population growth rate continues to increase and the age of majority are in the productive age, individual economic growth of ASEAN countries also increased with ASEAN macroeconomic stability was maintained with inflation of about 3.5 percent (Ministry of Commerce of the Republic of Indonesia, 2013). AEC 2015 which is a form of regional economic integration of ASEAN region is expected to bring ASEAN into a prosperous and competitive region with equitable economic development and reduced levels of poverty and socio-economic differences in the ASEAN region. However, to achieve the 2015 AEC requires hard work both internally each member country and at regional level in implementing a shared commitment. The involvement of all parties in all member countries of ASEAN are absolutely necessary in order to attempt embodiment competitive ASEAN region for investment and free trade can benefit all ASEAN countries. Therefore, the Department of Economics (JIE) Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Brawijaya (FEB UB), in collaboration with the Department of Economics ASEAN konsorsiun consisting of several universities such as Universiti Malaysia Terengganu members (UMT), Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM), Universiti technology Mara, Padjadjaran University, Airlangga University, and the University of Trisakti the opportunity to host the Asean organizing scholarly discussion on the Department of Economics Consortium conference (ACDEC) third in 2014 which is an annual conference that has managed to accommodate economic discourse at the ASEAN level since 2012 related to the issues of economic development and trade between Southeast Asia’s competitiveness in the form of call paper, Conferences and Seminars. For more information related to the development of all three activities ACDEC can visit acdec2014@gmail.com http://acdec2014.ub.ac.id/ or on behalf of the Ancient Trapsila brother Aji (081 333 114 059). (luth)