Mexican Additives Agreement

This regulation is expected to come into force as a emergency and apply from the date when the contracts no longer apply in the United Kingdom and the United Kingdom, unless a withdrawal agreement with the United Kingdom came into force on that date, only the trade agreements between suppliers and bottlers covered in point 7) and the rules on the admission of bottlers into the EU and the procedures for the authorisations covered in point 7 justifies the need to ensure traceability and prevent fraud. The provisions expressly apply to the labelling of export products, as published in paragraph 9, paragraph 2, of the main specification of the technical dossier on “tequila” in the Official Journal of the European Union, which deals with the use of the concept of tequila and registered trademarks or another distinctive sign under the Shared Responsibility Agreement presented with the Mexican Patent and Trademark Office. The Commission considers that these rules and regulations are proportionate and justified insofar as they apply to the use of the concept of tequila within the Union, and that the grounds for opposition are unfounded and should be rejected. However, this regulation does not apply when a withdrawal agreement with the United Kingdom pursuant to Article 50, paragraph 2 of the Treaty on the European Union came into force on that date. With regard to the alleged prohibition of the purchase of categories of “tequila” blends in massive quantities through third countries, resulting from the obligation to enter into a shared liability agreement with the Mexican Patent and Trademark Office for the supply of bulk goods, and in view of the need to guarantee traceability and prevent fraud , the Commission considers it justified to ask: that the purchase of mass products outside the EU can only be carried out by producers in the country. origin. For these reasons, the Commission considers that the grounds for opposing restrictions on mass products are unfounded and should be rejected. This explicit anti-labelling provision could not enter into the final agreement, probably because of widespread popular outcry, including a barbecue for the best American companies.

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