États-Unis d'Amérique
Barbade
Indications géographiques
11. Please describe in detail how the laws of Barbados provide for the recognition and protection of geographical indications required by Article 22.2 of the TRIPS Agreement, citing to the relevant provisions of law or regulation, and provide examples of geographical indications so protected.
The Geographical Indications Act 1998-22 and its implementing regulations Geographical Indications Regulations, 2001 provide for the recognition and protection of geographical indications. Geographical designs are protected irrespective of registration. This Act has been notified to the TRIPS Council. No applications have been received by the Registrar under the Act, accordingly examples cannot be provided at this time.