Singapore To Host Pacific Rim Policy Exchange On Oct. 14-15

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MEDIA RELEASE PR36489


Singapore to Host Pacific Rim Policy Exchange on Oct. 14-15


WASHINGTON, Oct. 9 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --


  Third Annual Pacific Rim Policy Exchange to be held in Singapore from October

                                 14 -15 


     Americans for Tax Reform along with the Property Rights Alliance, International Policy Network, World

Taxpayers Association, and Acton Institute, is sponsoring the third annual Pacific Rim Policy Exchange in

Singapore, October 14-15, 2009. 


     Media interested in credentials should contact John Kartch of Americans for Tax Reform at jkartch@atr.org


     The two-day networking conference will be held at the Pan Pacific Singapore Hotel and provides a unique,

centralized, high quality forum for the open exchange of the best practices and strategies on property rights,

tax policy and other pressing issues facing this region. 


     The conference will hold six panels of specialists from across the world, with three panels presenting per

day: Access to Medicines, Land Reform in the Pacific Rim, International Tax Competition, Removing Barriers

to Trade, International Intellectual Property Challenges, and Income tax reform in Asia: Replace income taxes

by consumption taxes.  The conference will also feature a Coalition Building lunch with remarks from the

president of Americans for Tax Reform, Grover Norquist followed by a dinner featuring key note speaker

William McGurn from News Corporation. 


     "The Pacific Rim Policy Exchange is a great networking opportunity," stated Grover Norquist. "We've

assembled a powerful mixture of distinguished speakers and brainstorming discussion groups to help provide

attendees with the necessary tools to advance the cause of free markets and limited government." 




     SOURCE: Americans for Tax Reform


    CONTACT: John Kartch of Americans for Tax Reform

             +1-202-785-0266

             jkartch@atr.org


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