Bacardi/Pernod rum battle set to send shock waves around trading world
just-drinks.com, from the WTO convention in Geneva, reports on a Havana battle that could shake the international trading community to its foundations. But despite the implications Keith Nuthall sees the EU warming to its task The on-going Pernod-Ricard and Bacardi-Martini Havana Club dispute at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) centres on a row over the ownership of a rum trademark, but its political and legal implications are far wider and could affect global diplomacy and trade law.
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