Linking people,
places and
products

A guide for promoting quality linked to
geographical origin and sustainable Geographical Indications

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      Content

      Foreword- 280kb
      Acknowledgements
      List of acronyms and abbreviations
      Introduction

      THE DIFFERENT STEPS OF THE ORIGIN-BASED QUALITY VIRTUOUS CIRCLE

      PART 1. IDENTIFICATION: AWARENESS AND POTENTIALS - 448kb

      PART 2.QUALIFICATION: SETTING RULES FOR A GI PRODUCT - 1.384kb

      PART 3. REMUNERATION: MARKETING A GI PRODUCT - 338kb

      PART 4. REPRODUCTION FOR SUSTAINABLE GIs - 201kb

      PART 5. CREATING CONDITIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF GIs:
      THE ROLES OF PUBLIC POLICIES -169kb

    Conclusion - 121kb
    Bibliographic references
    Glossary



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