Experts' profiles - Busquets Carlos
Busquets Carlos
Carlos Busquets is responsible for international policy matters related to climate change, sustainable development, trade and environment, as well as biodiversity at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). ICC is a multi-sectoral business organization with member companies in over 130 countries which works closely with the United Nations and other intergovernmental organizations to provide business views on environmental and other issues.

Mr. Busquets possesses extensive expertise in the policy and practice of international economics with a diverse background in both the public and private sector. Throughout his career, he has advocated and represented business views in varied international forums. Mr. Busquets has recently published two articles on energy efficiency and energy security.

As a former international trade negotiator for the U.S. Department of Commerce, Mr. Busquets participated in the negotiation and implementation of bilateral and regional agreements in the Western Hemisphere. More recently he spent time at the OECD Trade Directorate analysing issues related to trade and environment, trade facilitation, and internationalization for small and medium-sized enterprises. In addition to his experience in governmental and international institutions, Mr. Busquets began his career in the private sector with Mattel Toys working on international issues from the perspective of a large multi-national firm.

Mr. Busquets has a Master of Arts degree in International Political Economy from American University in Washington DC and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from the University of South Florida. He is fluent in English, Spanish and French.
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