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SWITZERLAND: EU relents on binding register of geographical indications

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The European Union and its allies have made a significant concession over the battle to establish a global register of geographical indications for wine and spirits. Made at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations in Geneva, the move by the EU is being seen as an olive branch, which may be the basis for a future deal. 


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