EU, China agree protected geographical indications on food and drink products

The European Union and China have concluded negotiations today (6 November) on a bilateral agreement over protected geographical indications (PGI) for a range of food and drinks products. The agreement will protect “against imitations and usurpation”, the European Commission said in a statement, adding: “This landmark agreement is expected to result in reciprocal trade benefits and demand for high-quality products on both sides.”

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