tdl23minutes “This Article looks at the details of the changes with regards to the protection of spirit drinks as geographical indications, as well as some of the other significant changes introduced.”
tdl< 1minute Jus Vini n°2/2021 reveales itself in a preview of the Case-law commentary of CJUE, 9 september 2021, C-783/19 : Une appellation d’origine est protégée contre son évocation par un prestataire de services, by Jocelyne Cayron.
The OIV pursue its work on defining and promoting appellations of origin and geographical indications on an international level. During the last General Assembly, the definition of AO and GI have been revised to take in consideration the promotion and protection of those concepts.
The commercial relation between China and Australia resemble a love story: both countries have a strong affinity together, but they can't help having casual disagreements. The lastest plot deals with Chinese tariffs and their consequences on Australian vineyard.
Academics UC Davis (California) / Agricultural University of Athens / Salvador University (Argentina) / International Association of Wine Jurists (AIDV) / European Association of Wine Economists / Villa Bissinger (Aÿ) / Georges Chappaz Institute of Vine and Wine in Champagne / Burgundy School of Business
Editorial Editions Mare et Martin (Wine & Law Collection)
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