Geographical conditions relevant to geographical indications

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According to the Article 82 in Intellectual Property Law, Geographical conditions relevant to geographical indications as:

1. Geographical conditions relevant to a geographical indication mean natural and human factors

decisive to reputation, quality and characteristics of products bearing such geographical indication.

2. Natural factors include climatic, hydrological, geological, topographical and ecological factors and

other natural conditions.

3. Human factors include skills and expertise of producers, and traditional production processes of

localities.