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– Agence Française de Développement (AFD), Fonds Français pour l’Environnement Mondial (FFEM), “Indications géographiques: qualité des produits, environnement et cultures”

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– Correa, Carlos M. (2002), Protection of Geographical Indications in CARICOM Countries, September 2002

– Dutfield, Graham (2003), Protecting Traditional Knowledge and Folklore: A Review of Progress in Diplomacy and Policy Formulation, UNCTAD-ICTSD Project on IPRs and Sustainable Development, Issue Paper No. 1, June 2003

– EU Commission (2008)Evaluation of the CAP policy on protected designations of origin (PDO) and protected geographical indications (PGI), Final Report, November 2008

– EU Commission (2011) European Union 1000th quality food name registered in the EU  

– Evans G. E. and Blakeney M. (2006), “The Protection of Geographical Indications after Doha: Quo Vadis?” Journal of International Economic Law, Volume (9)

– Fautrel Vincent, Sureau Solene, Thirion Marie-Cecile and Vittori Massimo, “Protected Geographical Indications for ACP Countries: A Solution or a Mirage?” (ICTSD,Eclairage, Volume 8 • Number 6)  

– Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), SINER-GI, “Linking places, people, products” (Guide) 

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– Giovannucci Daniele, Josling Tim, Kerr William, O’Connor Bernard, Yeung May T.,”Guide to Geographical Indications Linking products and their origins” 

– U.Gökovalı, J.Bingen, YÜciTA (2016) A Synthesis of the Antalya International Geographical Indications Seminars

– “Impact of a Geographical Indications on Agriculture and Rural Development“, Comté Cheese (ppt, 1,88Mb)

– Kasturi Das (April 2004), “Geographical Indications in jeopardy 

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– Rangnekar, D. (2004), “The Socio-Economics of Geographical Indications, A Review of Empirical Evidence from Europe”, UNCTAD-ICTSD, May 2004 

– Rangnekar, Dwijen (2003), “The Socio-Economics of Geographical Indications: A Review of Empirical Evidence from Europe, Draft“, UNCTAD/ICTSD Capacity Building Project on Intellectual Property Rights and Sustainable Development, October 2003

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– Samper, L.F. (2007), “Café de Colombia: protecting and promoting a well-known origin”, National Federation of Coffee Growers of Colombia, Beijing, Chine, Juin 2007

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