GI

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AcronymDefinition
GIGovernment Issue (as in GI Joe)
GIGet(s) It
GIGeneral Information
GIGibraltar
GIGastrointestinal
GIGeophysical Institute
GIGeographical Indications
GIGießen (Germany; auto license number plate)
GIGlycemic Index
GIGrand Island (Nebraska)
GIGame Informer (video game magazine)
GIGoogle It
GIGlobal Illumination (graphic art)
GIGilligan's Island (TV show)
GIGovernment Issued (gaming clan)
GIGateway Integration
GIGauge-Invariant
GIGoethe-Institut
GIGeospatial Information
GIGas Industry
GIGlobal Initiative
GIGender Imbalance
GIGlycemic Impact (diet)
GIGeospatial Intelligence (National System for Geospatial Intelligence)
GIGeneral Investigation
GIGeneral Issue
GIGasherbrum I (26,470 ft. mountain near Pakistan-China)
GIGender Incongruence
GIGeneral Instruction
GIGeneral Intelligence
GIGalvanized Iron
GIGranuloma Inguinale (aka: Donovanosis)
GIGlobal Infrastructure
GIGranulomatous Inflammation (chronic inflammation)
GIGlobal Industries
GIGaruda Indonesia (airline)
GIGeneral Inspection
GIGeneral Increase
GIGraded-Index
GIGreenpeace International
GIGrey Iron
GIG Protein, Alpha-Inhibiting
GIGeneral Illumination (pinball machine lights)
GIGuard Impact (video game)
GIGreen Index
GIGuest Investigator
GIGuitar Institute
GIGeneral Infantry
GIGeneral Infantry (less common)
GIGunnery Instructor (various armed forces)
GIGlossopharyngeal Insufflation (physiology)
GIGuaranteed Insurability (insurance)
GIGeninfo Identifier
GIGlobal Internet Symposium
GIGesellschaft für Informatik eV
GIGas Injector
GIGuest Informant
GIGlobal Imager
GIGeneral Instruments Corporation
GIGeographically Impossible
GIGenuine Ilocano (Filipino from Ilocos Province)
GIGlobal Indexing System
GIGeneral Inductee
GIGegenschein Imager
GIGlobal Instruments, Inc.
GIGelbray International
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Participants of the session are discussing the law and practice in the area of industrial designs and geographical indications and WIPO country members' proposals on procedures and approaches to the protection of country names against registration and use as trademarks as well as the Report of the Committee's 37th Session.
The proposed amendment as an interim measure to protect Geographical Indications (GIs) has now been gazetted, and will be tabled in Parliament shortly and National Intellectual Property Office of Sri Lanka (NIPO) is making preparations to issue GI registration certificates accordingly.
Based on the author's PhD dissertation, this volume compares the protection of geographical indications in India with France and Europe, to understand how the legal tool can be internationalized and how this can influence these countries.
Pakistan, he said possesses several such products which have distinctive attributes through which they can make a niche in the international market once they are certified as Geographical Indications.
He said that the delegation aims to stand on the protection of the Sudanese geographical indications, particularly gum Arabic, sesame, cotton and karkadi products which are given preferential treatment in movement of the Sudanese exports abroad.
As the rest of the statement indicates, the convergence that Europe's largest farm group is seeking is convergence centered on Europe's livestock production practices, safe food handling standards, phytosanitary rules and intellectual property rights as expressed in the concept of geographical indications (GIs).
Lyutenitsa has become the second Bulgarian product to be included by the Euroepan Commission in the Register of Protected Geographical Indications (PGI).
Many of the cheese names we use have become protected geographical indications in Europe, despite the fact that these names were established here for more than a century as generic names, or have become part of trademarks that identify local producers.
LAHORE -- Efforts are being made to get registered Sargodha Kinnow (a kind of orange) as Geographical Indication (GI), which promises better return to the owner of that very product.
The quality package' proposed by the Commission contains: a regulation on quality systems; a modification of the single CMO on marketing standards; guidelines on best practice for development and functioning of agricultural product and foodstuff certification systems; guidelines for labelling of products using protected designations of origin (PDO) and protected geographical indications (PGI) as ingredients.
Under the Agreement between Australia and the European Community on Trade in Wine, (1) in exchange for ostensibly more secure market access, Australia has given up the use of a large number of European geographical indications and traditional expressions which would otherwise be unlikely to be protected.
Geographical indications are covered as part of intellectual property rights.
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