Quality linked to geographical origin and GIs. Lessons learnt from the world and presentation of the project. Outline. Origin-linked products, GIs and rural development What does FAO do in this domain Presentation of the Croatian project and team.
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Lessons learnt from the world and presentation of the project
Specific quality, reputation in the market
Example: Chivito Criollo del Norte Neuquino, Argentina
local specific breed in arid mountainous region (altitude ranging from 600 to 2400 m)
Local natural and human resources: soil, climate, breed, varieties, know-how...
Motivations and capacity to engage a collective process
“we want the young can stay and live this life”
GI are considered to be intellectual property rights, and members countries have to provide legal tools to protect these rights.
“AO” defined by Lisbon can be considered as a category of “GI” defined by TRIPS
Apples of Sbiba
Littoral Norte Gaucho rice AO
PGI Longkou Fen Si
Banana of Costa Rica
AOP safran de Taliouine
intermediary actors andinstitutions
one origin-linked product = one specific code of practice
New area that requires:
GIsamongothermarkettools and stanadrdscancontribute to attainthese goals
Recent and quick development of GIs over the world 1994:
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