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Gi Agreement With China

The agreement protects the names of 100 European geographical indications in China and 100 Chinese geographical indications in Europe from counterfeiting. The French champagne that Zhou wanted to buy is produced in a region producing champagne in France, with specific grape varieties and precise methods. China and the EU signed the Green Infrastructure Agreement on Monday that could boost trade in products between the two countries. /Getty Creative GI is a sign used on products with a specific geographical origin and with qualities or reputation buried in that origin. The agreement aims to prevent counterfeiting of gisages and to allow consumers on both sides to purchase authentic and quality imported products. „With GI signs, you can buy European products in China without worrying about whether they are counterfeits,” said Zhou Taoyu of Changsha, capital of Central China`s Hunan Province. Zhou graduated from a French university. Geographical indications are the names of products with unique characteristics that are related to their place of origin, such as feta cheese and champagne. More importantly, the agreement can meet the needs of Chinese and European consumers for high-quality products and strengthen the global awareness of Chinese brands, Zhu added. Enditem The European Union and China signed a bilateral agreement on the protection of geographical indications (GI) on Monday, a label used on a product to indicate its origin.

The agreement is expected to enter into force in 2021. Four years later, about 175 other GIs from both parties will be included in the agreement. „The inclusion of Anhua black tea in the agreement helps increase its popularity in Europe and allow more European consumers to understand Chinese tea culture,” Wang said. „The G-V Treaty offers a strong guarantee in the EU market and, with official support, we have more confidence and motivation to promote trade.” The agreement will protect 100 European GIs and as many Chinese GIs in the EU from usurpation and counterfeiting. „I am proud that this agreement is moving closer to its entry into force and reflects our commitment to work closely with our global trading partners such as China,” said Janusz Wojciechowski, Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development.