21/04/2015 - GIs and Sustainable development, Luncheon Presentation in DC

invitationwashington2015WASHINGTON, DC – A boost to sustainable agriculture and long-term jobs, as well as truthful information to consumers, are the main benefits that would results from an agreement on Geographic Indications (GIs) within the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). This emerged from a luncheon presentation organized by the Embassy of Italy in Washington, DC, the global alliance of GIs (oriGIn), the American Origin Products Association (AOPA), and the Italian Association of GI Consortia (AICIG).



                   -     the Agenda 

                   -     the Speakers' Presentations

                   -     the Press Release




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