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AIM and FoodDrinkEurope welcome EU-harmonised methodology for assessing food quality characteristics

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AIM, the European Brands Association, and FoodDrinkEurope, the European food and drink industry organisation, welcome the release of a new harmonised methodology for comparing the quality related characteristics of foods by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC). Announced last week by Commissioner Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner for...

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New proposal on UTPs is a step forward but promoting fairness in the whole chain remains a challenge

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Today, the European Commission has published a proposal for a Directive on unfair trading practices (UTPs) in the food supply chain. The European Brands Association AIM, the European Council of Young Farmers Ceja, the Liaison Centre for the Meat Processing Industry in the EU CLITRAVI, Copa-Cogeca representing European Farmers & European Agri-Cooperatives,...

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AIM’s Joint Statement on Brexit negotiations with regard to Intellectual Property

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AIM - the European Brands Association, the Association of Trademarks and Designs rights Practitioners (APRAM), the Benelux Trademark Association (BMM), the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA), the European Communities Trade Mark Association (ECTA), the International Trademark Association (INTA) and MARQUES - the Association of European Trade...

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Eight EU associations and NGOs call for an EU legislation on unfair trading practices

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Together with seven associations and NGOs from the food supply chain, AIM calls on the European Commission to propose legislation to combat unfair trading practices in Europe. The letter signed by the European Brands Association AIM, the European Council of Young Farmers Ceja, the Liaison Centre for the Meat Processing Industry in the EU CLITRAVI,...

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Industry calls for ambitious legislative measures to curb online counterfeiting

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The “Together Against Counterfeiting” alliance, which brings together over 80 companies across all industrial sectors, along with 16 European and national and international trade associations, said today that it regrets that the European Commission’s long awaited “IP Package” does not include binding legislative measures to help right-holders in...

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