QATAR: WTO to settle name game by 2003

By Keith Nuthall | 16 November 2001

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has agreed to speed up its work towards creating a multilateral registration system for geographical indications of wines and spirits, a proposal that has been bogged down in technical discussions for years.

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The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has agreed to speed up its work towards creating a multilateral registration system for geographical indications of wines and spirits, a proposal that has been bogged down in technical discussions for years.

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