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There are two basic types of legal regime for the protection of geographical indications (GIs). Some systems, notably that of the European Union, define and treat GIs as [...]
2009 | Journal Article |
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The dispute "European Communities - Protection of trademarks and geographical indications for agricultural products and foodstuffs" that opposes the European - Union to t [...]
2006 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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This article provides an overview of the provisions on geographical indications contained in the TRIPS Agreement and how they came about in the Uruguay Round of multilate [...]
2009 | Journal Article |
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Over the past decade, coffee producers have been struggling with the world market’s low and unstable coffee prices. Some coffee producing countries try to overcome this [...]
2009 | Journal Article |
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Since 1992, the European Union has protected high-quality agricultural products based on geographical origin using designations of geographical indications (GIs). U.S. pr [...]
2004 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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We study firm reputation as a mechanism to assure product quality in perfectly competitive markets in a context in which both certification and trademarks are available. [...]
2010 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Food product attributes related to geographical origins are a topical issue in global food trade. The provision of geographical labeling may occur through geographical in [...]
2009 | Journal Article |
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Among developing countries, one can identify both proponents and opponents of extending the use of geographical indications (GIs) beyond wines and spirits. Such an extens [...]
2009 | Journal Article |
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Geographical indications emerged on the international scene at the centre of three highly debated subjects: intellectual property, international trade and agricultural po [...]
2010 | Journal Article |
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An increasing interest in geographical indications of origin (GIs) as a tool of product differentiation can be observed in the so-called specialty coffee sector. Similar [...]
2007 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |