Geographical indications: Are they on the map in South Africa?

31 August 2020. A geographical indication is defined in the TRIPS Agreement as an indicator that identifies a particular product as originating from a particular region or locality, where a given quality, reputation or other characteristic of the product is essentially attributable to its geographical origin. Examples of such indications are Champagne, Tequila, Karoo Lamb and Rooibos. Read more…

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