Geographic Indications: heritage or terroir?
This paper considers geographic indications (GIs) from both the European terroir perspective and the New World heritage perspective. Consumer protection rationales are critically assessed. Arguments about privileges for producers, often couched in terms of rural development and sustainability, raise competition concerns. These are drawn out using material from case law and GI registrations for foodstuffs in the European Union. This identifies the concentrated usage of GIs and the principal...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the EPIP Association|
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