European Union: EU-China Agreement on Geographical Indications Will Enter into Force in Early 2021

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On December 3, 2020, the EU published the Agreement between the EU and China on geographical indications (GIs) in its Official Journal. This Agreement will extend protection in China to 275 products that are produced in the EU. Products include feta cheese, asiago cheese, kalamata olives, marsala wine and more. Post expects the Agreement to enter into force on February 1, 2021.

European Union: EU-China Agreement on Geographical Indications Will Enter into Force in Early 2021

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