With the implementation of the APT Cooperation Work Plan (2007-2017) and the succeeding Work Plan (2018 –2022), the APT cooperation has steadily broadened and deepened over the years.
Under the current Work Plan (2018-2022) the APT countries seek to enhance cooperation in a wide range of areas including political and security; transnational crime; trade and investment; finance; tourism; agriculture and forestry; energy; minerals; micro, small and medium-sized enterprises; science, technology and innovation; environment; rural development and poverty alleviation; social welfare; active ageing; youth; women; civil service; labour; culture and arts; information and media; education; disaster management; public health; and connectivity. Significant progress has been made in various areas of APT cooperation.
|Economic Ministers||ASEAN Plus Three Summit (APT Summit)||ASEAN Economic Ministers Plus Three Coordinations (AEM+3)|
|Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors||ASEAN Plus Three Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors' Meeting (AFMGM+3)|
|Tourism||ASEAN Plus Three Tourism Ministers (M-ATM+3)|
|Agriculture and Forestry||ASEAN Plus Three Ministers on Agriculture and Forestry (AMAF+3)|
|Energy||ASEAN Plus Three Ministers' Meeting on Energy (AMEM+3)|