Geographical Indications are a type of intellectual property rights; these have specific feature differences and protections depending on the country. First of all, it is connected with differences between legislation systems, different legal definitions of this subject matter, the ways of obtaining protection and use thereof etc. Generally, a geographical indication is a name that identifies a good as originating from a specific place (country, region or location) where a known quality, reputation, or another characteristic of the goods are linked to the geographical origin. Protection of geographical indications has a long history in some jurisdictions, particularly in Europe. Most well-known products protected by geographical indications come from agriculture, but the agricultural nature of the product is not a condition for the product to have an opportunity to be identified by a geographical indication.Over the years, the Russian Federation

Over the years, the Russian Federation…

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