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Between the United Nations Conferences on the Standardization of Geographical Names, which is held at five-year intervals, the Group holds its own sessions and carries out its work through the activities of 24 linguistic/geographical Divisions and 12 Working Groups, as well as special task teams. By bringing together names experts from Member States and by encouraging the collection, storage and authorization of geographical names, the Group is able to facilitate the development and dissemination of principles, policies and methods suitable for achieving consistency in the use of geographical names. The availability of accurate, clear and unambiguous nationally approved geographical names is essential to national and international communication, particularly in the modern digital world, where geographical names now constitute a core element of geo-location through geo-referenced data sets. 
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In EC – Trademarks and Geographical Indications the Panel rejected an argument that the phrase "the protection of geographical indications that existed in that Member" referred to the legal framework or system of protection of GIs in a Member, interpreting it instead in terms of the protection of individual GIs: "[T]he Panel interprets the phrase 'the protection of geographical indications that existed in that Member immediately prior to the date of entry into force of the WTO Agreement' to mean the state of protection of GIs immediately prior to 1 January 1995, in terms of the individual GIs which were protected at that point in time. (...) See also para. 7.2925. 3 Panel Reports, EC – Trademarks and Geographical Indications (US), para. 7.636, and (Australia), para. 7.636. See also Panel Reports, Australia – Tobacco Plain Packaging, para. 7.2936. 4 Panel Reports, EC – Trademarks and Geographical Indications (US), para. 7.631, and (Australia), para. 7.631.
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B.2 The notification shall: (a) identify the geographical indication [as it appears on the wine or spirit in the territory of the notifying Member;] JP,SG,CUB [itself in the language or languages in which it is protected in its country of origin;] EU,CH,BAR [(b) identify the quality, reputation or other characteristic which is essentially attributable to the geographical origin of the wine or spirit indicated by the geographical indication in question [and whether the characteristics are due to climate, terrain, human resources or other factors] CUB ;] MAL,HKC,SG,CUB (c) identify the notifying Member; TN/IP/21 A-4 JOB/IP/3/Rev.1 (d) identify the territory, region or locality [of the notifying Member from which the wine or spirit bearing the notified geographical indication is identified as originating] JP,CUB [in which the good originates] EU,TUR,CH ; [(e) identify the name and contact details of interested parties who may enforce the protection of the geographical indication including the administrator of the geographical indication;] HKC,COL (f) when the geographical indication [for a wine or a spirit] JP,SG,BRA is in characters other than Latin characters, include for information purposes only, a transliteration into Latin characters of the geographical indication using the phonetics of the language in which the notification is made ("transliteration"); (g) specify [whether the indication refers to a wine or spirit] JP,SG,HKC,BRA [the type of goods which is identified by the geographical indication] EU,TUR ; (h) [include a reference to the relevant domestic legislation or judicial decisions or other legal means protecting geographical indications in the territory of the notifying Member, and if available domestically a reference to the specific legal instrument protecting the notified geographical indication in the territory of the notifying Member] EU,HKC [; or a statement executed under seal by the government of the notifying Member to the effect that the geographical indication: (i) conforms with the definition in Article 22.1 of the TRIPS Agreement; (ii) is protected by law and has not fallen into disuse in the territory of the notifying participating Member; and (iii) a statement by the government of the notifying participating Member that the geographical indication is for wines and/or spirits]HKC; [(i) indicate, where available, the date on which the geographical indication first received protection in the originating Member and, if applicable, any date of expiration of the protection currently accorded;] EU,HKC [(j) include the requisite fee. 2 ] HKC,BRA B.3 The notification may also include: [(a) information concerning the date on which the geographical indication for a wine or a spirit received protection in the territory of the notifying Member and the date, if any, on which protection will expire; and (b) information concerning how the notified geographical indication for a wine or a spirit is protected in the territory of the notifying Member.] (...) TN/IP/21 A-5 JOB/IP/3/Rev.1 [(c) available translations of the geographical indication in languages other than the language or languages referred to in paragraph B.2(a); (d) an indication of any bilateral, regional or multilateral agreement under which the geographical indication is protected.] (...) The notification, with the exception of the geographical indication itself, shall be translated by the WTO Secretariat into the two other languages.
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B.2 The notification shall: (a) identify the geographical indication [as it appears on the wine or spirit in the territory of the notifying Member;]JP,SG,CUB [itself in the language or languages in which it is protected in its country of origin;]EU,CH,BAR [(b) identify the quality, reputation or other characteristic which is essentially attributable to the geographical origin of the wine or spirit indicated by the geographical indication in question [and whether the characteristics are due to climate, terrain, human resources or other factors]CUB;]MAL,HKC,SG,CUB (c) identify the notifying Member; JOB/IP/3/Rev.1 (d) identify the territory, region or locality [of the notifying Member from which the wine or spirit bearing the notified geographical indication is identified as originating]JP,CUB [in which the good originates]EU,TUR,CH; [(e) identify the name and contact details of interested parties who may enforce the protection of the geographical indication including the administrator of the geographical indication;]HKC,COL (f) when the geographical indication [for a wine or a spirit]JP,SG,BRA is in characters other than Latin characters, include for information purposes only, a transliteration into Latin characters of the geographical indication using the phonetics of the language in which the notification is made ("transliteration"); (g) specify [whether the indication refers to a wine or spirit]JP,SG,HKC,BRA [the type of goods which is identified by the geographical indication]EU,TUR; (h) [include a reference to the relevant domestic legislation or judicial decisions or other legal means protecting geographical indications in the territory of the notifying Member, and if available domestically a reference to the specific legal instrument protecting the notified geographical indication in the territory of the notifying Member]EU,HKC [; or a statement executed under seal by the government of the notifying Member to the effect that the geographical indication: (i) conforms with the definition in Article 22.1 of the TRIPS Agreement; (ii) is protected by law and has not fallen into disuse in the territory of the notifying participating Member; and (iii) a statement by the government of the notifying participating Member that the geographical indication is for wines and/or spirits]HKC; [(i) indicate, where available, the date on which the geographical indication first received protection in the originating Member and, if applicable, any date of expiration of the protection currently accorded;]EU,HKC [(j) include the requisite fee. ]HKC,BRA B.3 The notification may also include: [(a) information concerning the date on which the geographical indication for a wine or a spirit received protection in the territory of the notifying Member and the date, if any, on which protection will expire; and (b) information concerning how the notified geographical indication for a wine or a spirit is protected in the territory of the notifying Member.]JP JOB/IP/3/Rev.1 [(c) available translations of the geographical indication in languages other than the language or languages referred to in paragraph B.2(a); (d) an indication of any bilateral, regional or multilateral agreement under which the geographical indication is protected.]EU,TUR B.4 The notifications of each geographical indication [for a wine or a spirit]JP,SG,BRA shall be made on the basis of a standard form to be adopted by the Council for TRIPS prior to the entry into operation of the System. [ B.5 Notifications may be made at any time. (...) The notification, with the exception of the geographical indication itself, shall be translated by the WTO Secretariat into the two other languages. [ C. (...) This may be done by electronic means.]HKC D.2 The registration of a Geographical Indication [for a wine or spirit on the Database]JP shall consist of the recording of the information provided under paragraph[s]EU B.2 [and B.3]EU [and contain the following information in respect of each registered geographical indication: JOB/IP/3/Rev.1 (a) The date of registration.
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These issues address aspects of the technical, economic, social and cultural benefits of national names standardization, providing guidelines and frameworks for international and regional activities, which range from the development of national names authorities and geographical names databases to the promotion of indigenous and minority geographical names. (...) Between these sessions, ongoing work has been undertaken by Member States, 23 geographical/linguistic divisions, 10 working groups, a task team for Africa and a coordinating group for toponymic guidelines.  Achievements have included the development of a training course on the web, the publication of a media kit, the further development of the Expert Group’s World Geographical Names Database and the promotion of a greater awareness of the need for geographical names standardization in Africa.
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Geographical names are more than just place names on the map.  (...) Since the Eighth Conference held in Berlin in 2002, there have been two sessions of the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names (UNGEGN), which was established in the 1960s to further the national standardization of geographical names and promote the national and international benefits to be derived from standardization.  Between sessions much of the ongoing work has been carried forward by the 22 geographical/linguistic divisions and the 10 working groups of UNGEGN.
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Why are geographical names important in our development efforts? (...) They are an indispensable component of many geographically organized information systems – such as Waze, and Pokemon-Go. (...) The UN Group of Experts on Geographical Names has been successfully encouraging Member States to take charge of their own geographical names and share lists of officially approved names with the public.
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WTO | intellectual property (TRIPS) - Geographical indications WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home trade topics trips geographical indications papers TRIPS ISSUES : GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS Papers circulated in the negotiations The intellectual property negotiations (officially, “Special Sessions” of the TRIPS Council) are about creating a multilateral register for wines and spirits geographical indications — explanation  here . > Back to geographical indications NOTE : Some of these documents are restricted or unofficial and are thus not available for download.   (...) > Find help here List of documents of the negotiations (Special Session of the TRIPS Council)  > Minutes of the TRIPS Council Special Session 2007- Document symbol Communication from Title Distribution date TN/IP/23 Chairman Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Dacio Castillo (Honduras) 3 December 2015 TN/IP/22 Chairman Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Alfredo Suescum (Panama) 1 April 2014 TN/IP/21 Chairman Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Darlington Mwape (Zambia) to the Trade Negotiations Committee 21 April 2011 TN/IP/W/10/Rev.4 Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Paraguay, the Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu, South Africa and the United States Proposed Draft TRIPS Council Decision on The Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits   31 March 2011 TN/IP/W/10/Rev.3 Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Paraguay, the Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu, South Africa and the United States Proposed Draft TRIPS Council Decision on the Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits   15 March 2011 TN/IP/20 Chairman Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Darlington Mwape (Zambia) to the Trade Negotiations Committee 22 March 2010 TN/IP/19 Chairman Report by the Chairman, Ambassador C. Trevor Clarke (Barbados) 25 November 2009 TN/C/W/52 TN/C/W/52/Add.1 TN/C/W/52/Add.2 and TN/C/W/52/Add.3 Albania, Brazil, China, Colombia, Ecuador, the European Communities, Iceland, India, Indonesia, the Kyrgyz Republic, Liechtenstein, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Pakistan, Peru, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, the ACP Group and the African Group + Croatia + Georgia + Moldova Draft Modalities for TRIPS Related Issues 19 July 2008, 24 July 2008, 25 July 2008, 29 July 2008 TN/IP/W/10/Rev.2 TN/IP/W/10/Rev.3 Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Chinese Taipei, South Africa, US Decision on the Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits 24 July 2008 TN/IP/W/10/Rev.1 Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Chinese Taipei, US Proposed Draft TRIPS Council Decision on the Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits 14 July 2008 TN/IP/18 Chairman Report by the Chairman 9 June 2008 TN/IP/17 Chairman Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Manzoor Ahmad, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 23 July 2007 TN/IP/W/12/Add.1 and TN/IP/W/12/Add.1/Corr.1 Secretariat Side-by-Side Presentation of Proposals (and corrigendum) 4 May 2007 and 10 May 2007    2003-2006 Document symbol Communication from Title Distribution date TN/IP/16 Chairman Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Manzoor Ahmad, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 26 July 2006 TN/IP/15 Chairman Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Manzoor Ahmad, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 24 March 2006 TN/IP/14 Chairman Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Manzoor Ahmad, to the Trade Negotiations Committee (including recommendation for the Hong Kong Ministerial Conference) 23 November 2005 TN/IP/W/12 Secretariat Side-by-Side Presentation of Proposals 14 September 2005 TN/IP/13 Chairman Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Manzoor Ahmad, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 20 July 2005 TN/IP/W/11 (also WT/GC/W/547 and TN/C/W/26 ) European Communities Geographical indications 14 June 2005 TN/IP/W/10 , TN/IP/W/10/Add.1 , TN/IP/W/10/Add.2 and TN/IP/W/10/Add.3 Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, New Zealand, Chinese Taipei and the US + Paraguay + Costa Rica + Nicaragua Proposed Draft TRIPS Council Decision on the Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits 1 April 2005, 18 November 2005, 7 April 2006, 20 April 2006 TN/IP/W/4/Add.1/Rev.1 Secretariat The WTO Central Registry Of Notifications (CRN) 16 February 2005 TN/IP/9 Chairman Eighth Special Session of the Council for TRIPS Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Manzoor Ahmad, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 14 April 2004 TN/IP/W/9 and TN/IP/W/9/Add.1 Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, New Zealand and the United States + Chinese Taipei Joint proposal for a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits 13 April 2004 and 4 June 2004 TN/IP/8 Chairman Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Eui-yong Chung, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 4 July 2003 1997-2003 2003  back to top Document symbol Communication from Title Distribution date TN/IP/7 Chairman Seventh Special Session of the Council for TRIPS Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Eui-yong Chung, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 4 July 2003 TN/IP/W/7/Rev.1/ Corr.1 Secretariat Corrigendum 20 June 2003 JOB(03)/123 European Communities Non-paper — Legal Effects 25 June 2003 TN/IP/W/7/Rev.1 Secretariat Discussions on the Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification And Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines And Spirits: Compilation of Issues and Points 23 May 2003 TN/IP/6 Chairman Sixth Special Session of the Council for TRIPS Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Eui-yong Chung, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 5 May 2003 JOB(03)/75 Chairman Draft Text of Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits 16 April 2003 TN/IP/W/8 Hong Kong, China Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications Under Article 23.4 of the TRIPS Agreement 23 April 2003 JOB(03)/76 European Communities Traditional Expressions 23 April 2003 JOB(03)/75 Chairman Draft Text of Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits 16 April 2003 JOB(03)/60 Chairman Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits: Possible Elements/Options 20 March 2003 JOB(03)/51 Australia Traditional Expressions 6 March 2003 TN/IP/5 Chairman Fifth Special Session of the Council for TRIPS Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Eui-yong Chung, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 28 February 2003 TN/IP/W/7 Secretariat Discussions on the Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits: Compilation of Issues and Points 18 February 2003   2002  back to top Document symbol Communication from Title Distribution date TN/IP/4 Chairman Fourth Special Session of the Council for TRIPS Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Eui-yong Chung, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 4 December 2002 TN/IP/W/4/Add.1 Secretariat The WTO Central Registry Of Notifications (CRN) 27 November 2002 TN/IP/W/6 Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, New Zealand and the United States Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines (and Spirits) 29 October 2002 TN/IP/W/5 Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Japan, Namibia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Chinese Taipei and the United States Proposal for a Multilateral System for Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits Based on Article 23.4 of the TRIPS Agreement 23 October 2002 TN/IP/3 Chairman Third Special Session of the Council for TRIPS Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Eui-yong Chung, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 30 September 2002 TN/IP/W/4 Secretariat The WTO Central Registry Of Notifications (CRN) 18 September 2002 JOB(02)/94 Australia Intervention Made by the Delegation of Australia at the Special Session of 28 June 2002 26 July 2002 TN/IP/2 Chairman Second Special Session of the Council for TRIPS Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Eui-yong Chung, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 9 July 2002 TN/IP/W/3 Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, the European Communities and their member States, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Malta, Mauritius, Moldova, Nigeria, Romania, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, Switzerland and Turkey [1] Negotiations Relating to the Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications 24 June 2002 JOB(02)/70 The European Communities and their member States Negotiations Relating to the Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications — Issues for Discussion at the Special Session of the TRIPS Council of 28 June 2002 — Informal Note 24 June 2002 JOB(02)/49 Chairperson List of Points and Issues for Discussion at the June 2002 Meeting 4 June 2002 JOB(02)/44 The European Communities and their member States How to Achieve a Focused and Structured Agenda to Negotiate the Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration 28 May 2002 TN/IP/1 Chairman First Special Session of the Council for TRIPS Report by the Chairman, Ambassador Eui-yong Chung, to the Trade Negotiations Committee 12 April 2002 TN/IP/W/2 United States Issues for Discussion in the Negotiation Under Article 23.4 10 April 2002 TN/IP/W/1 United States Questions and Answers — Comparison of IP/C/W/107/Rev.1 (“EC Proposal”), IP/C/W/133/Rev.1 (“Joint Proposal”), IP/C/W/255 (“Proposal by Hungary”) 9 April 2002 [1] For Estonia see document TN/IP/M/2 , para. 21.   2001  back to top Document symbol Communication from Title Distribution date IP/C/M/33 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 19-20 September 2001 2 November 2001 IP/C/M/32 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 18-22 June 2001 23 August 2001 IP/C/M/30 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 2-5 April 2001 1 June 2001 IP/C/W/259 The European Communities and their member States Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications Under Article 23.4 of the TRIPS Agreement — Comparative Table of the Main Proposals Submitted to Date 31 May 2001 IP/C/W/260 The European Communities and their member States Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications under Article 23.4 of the TRIPS Agreement — Comments on the Proposal Jointly Submitted by Canada, Chile, Japan and the United States ( IP/C/W/133/Rev.1 ) 30 May 2001 IP/C/W/255 Hungary Incorporation of Elements Raised by Hungary in IP/C/W/234 into the Proposal by the European Communities and their member States on the Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications 3 May 2001 IP/C/M/29 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 27-30 November and 6 December 2000 6 March 2001   2000  back to top Document symbol Communication from Title Distribution date IP/C/W/234 Hungary Opposition/Challenge Procedure in the Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications 11 December 2000 IP/C/M/28 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 21-22 September 2000 23 November 2000 IP/C/M/27 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 26-29 June 2000 14 August 2000 IP/C/W/189 New Zealand New Zealand’s System of Protection for Geographical Indications and the Multilateral Notification and Registration System for Geographical Indications Under Article 23.4 of the TRIPS Agreement 22 June 2000 IP/C/W/107/Rev.1 The European Communities and their member States Implementation of Article 23.4 of the TRIPS Agreement Relating to the Establishment of a Multilateral System of Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications Revision 22 June 2000 IP/C/M/26 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 21 March 2000 24 May 2000   1999  back to top Document symbol Communication from Title Distribution date IP/C/M/25 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 20-21 October 1999 22 December 1999 IP/C/M/24 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 7-8 July 1999 17 August 1999 IP/C/W/133/Rev.1 Canada, Chile, Japan and the United States Proposal for a Multilateral System for Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits Based on Article 23.4 of the TRIPS Agreement 26 July 1999 IP/C/M/23 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 21-22 April 1999 2 June 1999 IP/C/M/22 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 17 February 1999 9 April 1999 IP/C/W/134 United States Suggested Method for Domestic Recognition of Geographical Indications for WTO Members to Produce a List of Nationally-protected Geographical Indications 11 March 1999 IP/C/W/133 Japan and the United States Proposal for a Multilateral System for Notification and Registration of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits Based on Article 23.4 of the TRIPS Agreement 11 March 1999 IP/C/M/21 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 1-2 December 1998 22 January 1999   1998  back to top Document symbol Communication from Title Distribution date IP/C/M/20 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 17 September 1998 15 October 1998 IP/C/M/19 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 16 July 1998 5 August 1998 IP/C/W/107 The European Communities and their member States Proposal for a Multilateral Register of Geographical Indications for Wines and Spirits Based on Article 23.4 of the TRIPS Agreement — Establishment of the Register and Registration Procedure 28 July 1998 IP/C/M/18 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 12 May 1998 11 June 1998 IP/C/M/17 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 24 February 1998 23 March 1998   1997  back to top Document symbol Communication from Title Distribution date IP/C/M/16 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 17-21 November 1997 5 December 1997 IP/C/W/85 Secretariat Overview of Existing International  Notification and Registration Systems for Geographical Indications Relating to Wines And Spirits 17 November 1997 IP/C/M/15 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 19 September 1997 15 October 1997 IP/C/M/14 Secretariat Minutes of the Meeting of 15 July 1997 15 August 1997
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Members already under an obligation to apply the provisions of the Section on Geographical Indications are invited to provide their responses by 16 November 1998, it being understood that other Members could also furnish replies on a voluntary basis. (...) Section A Does your economy's industrial property law and/or related law prevent the use of geographical indications identifying wines or spirits against products not originating in the place indicated by the geographical indication, even where the true origin of the goods is indicated or the geographical indication is used in translation or accompanied by expressions such as "kind", "type", "style", "imitation" or the like? (...) Does your legislation contain criteria for homonymous geographical indications for wines and spirits? Section F Does your economy's industrial property law and/or related law provide the refusal or invalidation of a trademark registration, which consists of or contains geographical indications identifying wines or spirits with respect to such wines or spirits not originating in the indicated territory?
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