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Diplomats will try this month to resolve a dispute over the legal authority of a planned global register of geographical indications for wine and spirits, such as Champagne or Scotch. Meeting at the Council for Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights at the World Trade Organisation on September 19-21, they will debate whether entries on the register should merely be informative or whether they should entail legal protection.


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