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The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) handed defeat to the trade body that protects the Scotch Whisky industry last week, marking the first time the office has considered Singapore’s Geographical Indications Act since it came into force.
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Intellectual Property Office of Singapore, geographical indications, GIs, Scotch Whisky Association, food and drink, Isetan Mitsukoshi, tartan, scotch, IP