Australia allows EU GIs
Australia’s government has expanded the range of EU products that have GI status and has amended its Trade Mark Act to allow brand owners to change any marks that may clash with the new GIs
As a result of the revised Agreement between Australia and the European Community on Trade in Wine, the Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation Act has been amended to include a wider range of EU geographical indications (GIs).
These include GIs...
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