Carlos Enriques is an independent consultant and expert in political economy, public policy and international trade, particularly in the areas of trade facilitation, customs procedures, rules of origin and trade remedies. He has over 16 years of experience in the public service, including: negotiation of the FTAs between Mexico and Japan and Mexico-Uruguay; Mexican Customs Officer responsible for the implementation of Trade Facilitation measures; Economic Counsellor for Mexico to the WTO in Geneva and leading negotiator for Trade Facilitation and Rules, including fisheries subsidies; and Director General for Planning, Programming and Evaluation at the National Commission for Fisheries and Aquaculture of Mexico. He has collaborated as panelist and discussant with UNCTAD, ECLAC, OECD and WTO.  In the latter he was appointed as facilitator for transit issues in the Negotiating Group on Trade Facilitation. He holds a Masters degree in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics, UK

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