1. Members agreed to engage in negotiations to strengthen the protection of the various geographical indications in accordance with Article 23. Paragraphs 4 to 8 below cannot be used by a member to refuse to negotiate or conclude bilateral or multilateral agreements. As part of these negotiations, members are prepared to consider the subsequent applicability of these provisions to the individual geographical indications whose use has been the subject of these negotiations. 8. The provisions of this section do not affect a person`s right to use that person`s name or the name of that person`s predecessor in the economy in business, unless that name is used in such a way as to mislead the public. 1. The holder of a protected commercial design has the right to prevent third parties who do not have the owner`s consent from manufacturing, selling or importing objects bearing or embodying a design that is a copy or, in essence, a copy of the protected design when such acts are carried out for commercial purposes. The measures taken to implement this section do not affect the admissibility or validity of a trademark or the right to use a trademark, since such a mark is identical or similar to a geographical indication.
1. For the purposes of this agreement, geographical indications are indications that include a credit of origin on the territory of a member, region or place located in the territory of a member state or place located in that area, where a particular characteristic, reputation or other characteristic of the goods is essentially due to their geographical origin. 2. The TRIPS Board is reviewing the application of the provisions of this section. The first review will take place within two years of the WTO agreement coming into force. Any issues that have an impact on compliance with the obligations arising from these provisions may be brought to the attention of the Council, which, at the request of a member, consults all members or members on these issues for which it has not been possible to reach a satisfactory solution through bilateral or plurilateral consultations between the members concerned. The Commission is taking the steps that can be agreed to facilitate implementation and promote the objectives of this section. 1. Each member makes available to interested parties the legal means to prevent the use of a geographical indication that identifies wines for wines that do not originate from the location indicated in the geographical indication in question, or spirit drinks for spirits that are not native, or where the geographical indication in question is indicated, even if the true origin of the products is indicated or if the geographical indication is indicated in translation or with expressions such as the Employment Commission and the Commission of The Type, Style, Imitation or other. (4) 7. A member may anticipate that any application under this section relating to the use or registration of a trademark must be made within five years of the publication of the adverse use of the protected mention in that member or the date the trademark is registered in that member, provided the mark has been published on that date.
, if that date is before the date on which the adverse use was made public in that member, unless the geographical indication is used or recorded in bad faith. (9) Under this agreement, this agreement is not required to protect geographical indications that are not protected in their country of origin, that are no longer protected or that have no longer been used in that country. 2. The registration of a brand of wines containing or consisting of a geographical indication containing a geographical indication or consisting of a geographical indication or consisting of a geographical indication or consisting of it is automatically refused or cancelled when a member`s legislation authorizes it or, at the request of an interested party, with respect to those wines or spirits that do not have that origin.