S AFRICA: EU row to run into 2007

By Arnold Kirkby | 11 December 2006

South Africa and the European Union are hoping to meet early next year to settle the issue of geographical indicators and trademarks.

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South Africa and the European Union are hoping to meet early next year to settle the issue of geographical indicators and trademarks.

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