After a positive vote in the European Parliament plenary session, the EU Commission welcomed on 7 October the support expressed by the Council to allow the Union to join the Geneva Act of the Lisbon Agreement, a multilateral treaty for the protection of geographical indications managed by the World Intellectual Property Organisation.
Geographical indications refer to a product whose quality and reputation are linked to its geographical origin.
"This is a step forward to better protect our ...
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