Creation of the bill on foreign trade and Free Zones.
Design of the legislation on antidumping and countervailing duties and safeguard.
Two work sessions of the Technical Committee on Rules of Origin of the World Customs Organization, within the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Technical assistance to strengthen the Nicaraguan One-Stop Shop for Foreign Trade through the development of its regulatory and institutional frame, the equipment supply and the creation of a technological platform.
Business consulting for the Authorities of the Region of Coatzacoalcos (Municipalities of Coatzacoalcos, Ixhuatlán del Sureste and the Port Authority of Coatzacoalcos) focused on creating a Special Economic Zone in the Region of Coatzacoalcos, Mexico.
Adaptation and modernization of Free Zone standards.
Specialized consulting directed to the Port of Chancay, Peru, in its expansion process, including a benchmarking study of Free Zones and Special Economic Zones in Latin America and the evaluation and reviewing of the new Free Economic Zones law in Peru.
Elaboration of a comparative study regarding Free Zones for the Andean Community countries.
Involvement in the recommendations for the legislation design of the Tanzania Free Zones Law and the first Free Zone project of the country, in association with the firm Louis Berger.
Consulting on adaptation and modernization of Free Zones.
Araújo Ibarra, led by Martín Gustavo Ibarra, participated as coordinator in the creation of the Ministry of Foreign Trade of Colombia in 1991 (rebranded to Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism).
External trade procedures and existing Free Zones mechanisms revision for the Philippines, for the World Bank.
Consulting provided through the World Bank to carry out the evaluation of Free Zones regimes in Southeast Asia and to implement Special Economic Zones in the People's Republic of China.