The Impact of the EC-Australia Wine Agreement and TRIPS on Australian Wine Law and Trade
Through the course of my recent research for my law journal note (which I have proactively been working on throughout the course of this semester), I stumbled upon a conference paper that I found particularly interesting with respect to the recent wine trade agreement between the EC and Australia. The paper overviews the bilateral agreements in Australia, the background of geographical indications in Australia, and the atmosphere that predicates the EC-Australia Wine Trade Agreement (of 1994 and 2008). To view the conference paper, visit The Impact of the EC-Australia Wine Agreement and TRIPS on Australian Wine Law and Trade.
To learn more about the EC-Australia Wine Trade Agreement of 2008, visit prior On Reserve entries titled Australia Adopts EU’s Geographical Indication System and Agreement Between Australia and the European Community on Trade in Wine. In the future, look forward to reading successive articles posted by On Reserve analyzing the context of the 2008 Wine Trade Agreement between Australia and the EC in relation the 2006 Wine Trade Agreement between the U.S. and the EC.