Milagros Miranda Rojas is a special advisor on WTO and International Trade Law based in London.
Milagros is an international trade law expert with more than 15 years’ experience representing and advising governments on international trade law and trade policy issues, including as a Peruvian representative to the World Trade Organization and as a negotiator concerning free trade agreements. In particular, Milagros led, or was involved in, negotiations that culminated in the FTAs between Peru and the EU, South Korea, EFTA and Japan.
She was also the lead country negotiator in WTO Trade Negotiating Committee and all WTO Goods negotiations and Committees including on Agriculture, Non Agricultural Market Access, Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures, Technical barriers to trade, Services, Subsidies and countervailing measures, and Fisheries Subsidies. She was also significantly involved in many WTO dispute settlement cases.
Milagros’s areas of expertise include international trade law, trade policy and trade negotiations as well as compliance with WTO agreements and regulations and implementation of international trade treaties. She has an in-depth understanding of WTO’s rules, negotiations and decision-making process. She also has broad experience on sustainable development and climate change matters.
She is fluent in English, French and Spanish.