Madrid Agreement for the Repression of False or Deceptive Indications of Source on Goods, 1891 (Madrid Agreement)
Arrangement de Madrid concernant la répression des indications de provenance fausses ou fallacieuses, 1891
1891-04-14 Madrid Spain
14 Apr 1891, Madrid (Spain). Revised: 2 Jun 1911, Washington DC (USA); 6 Nov 1925, The Hague (Netherlands); 2 Jun 1934, London (UK); 31 Oct 1958, Lisbon (Portugal). Supplemented by the Additional Act of Stockholm (Sweden), 14 Jul 1967. Has also been referred to as: Agreement for the repression of false indications of origin of goods, 1891.
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