1996

Abstract

The complaint concerned a French Government Order laying down the official name and trade description of scallops. Complainants claimed that this Order will reduce competitiveness on the French market as their product will no longer be able to be sold as “Coquille Saint-Jacques” although there is no difference between their scallops and French scallops in terms of colour, size, texture, appearance and use, i.e. it is claimed they are “like products”. Violations of GATT Articles I and III and TBT Article 2 were alleged.

Countries: Canada
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1996-08-05
2022-09-25
http://instance.metastore.ingenta.com/content/reports/25189832/3
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  • Published online: 05 Aug 1996
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