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Geographical indication schemes in Croatia, Hungary and Poland

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    On 20 December, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and oriGIn hosted the online event, Third regional consultation on geographical indications in Europe and Central Asia. Some 111 representatives from 34 countries of geographical indications (GIs) groups, national intellectual property offices and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), other public authorities (the representatives of ministries for agriculture and the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development), as well as geographical indication (GI) experts, participated in the event. A discussion paper was presented during the consultation outlining key concepts and global trends concerning GIs today. The empirical material presented in the paper was primarily built on oriGIn and FAO experiences, but also on country studies prepared for the Russian Federation, Republic of Moldova, Georgia, a group of Central Asian countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan), as well as European Union countries (France, Poland, Hungary and Croatia). On behalf of oriGIn – the global alliance of GI – Massimo Vittori, Managing Director, coordinated the activities carried out by oriGIn.
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    The Symposium on Aquaculture Development – Partnership between Science and Producer Associations was held in Wierzba, Poland, from 26 May to 29 May 2004 in concomitance with the Twenty-third Session of the European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission. The Symposium was attended by 72 participants from 23 countries. Five invited papers, 37 experience papers and three posters were presented. The Symposium considered existing and possible partnerships and collaboration between aquacultur e producers and scientists, government officials and other stakeholders. The Symposium further addressed opportunities and needs of aquaculture producer associations, and identified measures and recommendations to strengthen participation, activities and positions of aquaculture associations in the management and development of the aquaculture sector in Europe. In addition to the report of the Symposium, this document contains the Symposium proceedings which commence with a review of the key elements from five invited papers presented by representatives of the European Commission, the Federation of European Aquaculture Producers, the European Aquaculture Society, Aquaculture Technology and Training and the Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific. Fourteen selected experience papers, presented by authors from France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, the Russian Federation, Turkey and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Norther n Ireland, cover, inter alia, aquaculture, conservation, cooperation, economic transition, ecotourism, education, fisheries, management, planning, partnerships, policy, producers associations, product chains, recirculation, risks, stakeholder participation, sustainability and the role of science.
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    Agrifood marketing and export promotion policies: case studies of Austria, Brazil, Chile, Estonia, Poland and Serbia
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    Increasing exports is one of the most important priorities for governments and plays a prominent role in the development agenda in developing countries, high-income states and all countries between. On the other hand, pursuing the intensification of trade demands a deliberate policy framework tailored to country-specific needs and the interests of producers. In light of this, governments around the globe have developed various export promotion policies – some that share similar characteristics and others that are unique – that can serve as best practices to many. The purpose of this paper is to identify the best promotional practices implemented in different countries and share them with governments planning to adopt or review trade promotion policies and with stakeholders. In light of this, the paper analyses these policies from several points of view, including (1) their institutional framework; (2) practical examples of export promotion measures (such as procedures, grants, and technical assistance to producers); (3) financing opportunities for exporters (such as credit, insurance, and factoring); (4) and measures specifically implemented on internal markets. The paper is made up of the most relevant findings of case studies delivered by country experts from Poland, Austria, Estonia, Serbia, Chile and Brazil.

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