USTR details how GI policies harm food markets

USTR report shows Administration's efforts to battle proliferation of trade barriers that manipulate geographical indications.

A report issued by the U.S. Trade Representative's Office outlined the Administration's broad scope of activities aimed at combating the abuse of geographical indications (GIs) threatening the use of common food names.

USTR's annual "Special 301" report touted the extensive efforts in numerous countries and forums that the Administration has undertaken to stem the European Union's us

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