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Intellectual property and the WTO: adopting the offensive position

Intellectual property and the WTO: adopting the offensive position

Chambres d' Agriculture ( 883): 14-36

This dossier brings together four articles and an introduction on labelling and preserving geographical labelling concerning food origins and identities. The introduction explains that this stems from a GATT agreement at the Marrakech conference in 1994 on Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights in Trade (ADPIC).

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