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Yes, Article 15 (b) of the Decree-Law on Geographical Signs, relating to all products, provides that registered names shall be protected against any usage of the name through indicating a real geographical place as a word but which conveys a false impression as to its origin; or of the translated name, or usage of the name accompanied by expressions such as "style", "type", "method", "as produced in" or other similar descriptions.
Yes, there is a clear distinction among the terms "Designation of Origin" and "Geographical Indication". See the response to question 8 under I above.
See response to question 44 under I above.