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    Title: 商品自由流通原則下歐盟農產品地理標示保護之研究
    Other Titles: The study of EU's protected geographical indications of agricultural products under the aspect of free movement of goods
    Authors: 徐詠硯;Hsu, Yung-Yen
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    陳麗娟;Chen-Rabich, Li-Jiuan
    Keywords: 歐洲聯盟;內部市場;商品自由流通;地理標示;原產地標示;European Union;Internal Market;Free Movement of Goods;Geographical Indications;Designations of Origin
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:36:35 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 自1958年歐洲經濟共同體創立以來,建立內部市場一直是歐盟的首要目標,商品自由流通為歐盟的四大基本市場自由之一,也是達成內部市場的重要基礎。為了進一步保障農民收入並穩定歐盟內部的糧食供給,歐盟於1962年實施共同農業政策,並達到增加產量、穩定農產品價格等目標,之後歐盟逐漸重視鄉村發展、食品品質與安全等。地理標示保護為歐盟維護產品品質的重要方式,1992年歐盟通過農產品與食品地理標示與原產地標示保護規章,建立了在歐盟層級的地理標示保護制度。

    The establishment of the Internal Market is the EU''s primary goal since establishing the European Economic Community in 1958. The free movement of goods is one of the four fundamental movements in the European Internal Market. The free movement of goods is also an important basis to complete the European Internal Market. The free movement of goods applies to agricultural products. The EU has executed the Common Agricultural Policy since 1962, the goal of the Common Agricultural Policy contributes to enhancing productivity, stabilizing the price of agricultural products, developing rural areas, strengthening food quality and safety. The protection of geographical indications is one of the instruments of maintaining food quality in the EU. The EU has enacted a regulation regarding the protection of the geographical indications and designations of origin in 1992 to create an EU-wide protection system for the geographical indications.

    This thesis works on the development of the EU''s protection system for geographical indications under the aspect of the free movement of goods. The case law of the European Court of Justice plays an important role for this development. Therefore, this thesis also works on the case law of the European Court of Justice to describe this development and analyse how to solve the conflicts between the protection of geographical indications and the free movement of goods.
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