Geographical Indications and International Agricultural by Louis Augustin-Jean, Hélène Ilbert, Saavedra-R, Hélène

By Louis Augustin-Jean, Hélène Ilbert, Saavedra-R, Hélène Ilbert, Neantro Saavedra-Rivano

Food defense matters have boosted the Asian call for for caliber nutrition as a rule and items of geographical symptoms specifically. This ebook indicates how Asian nations are empowering areas and agencies concerned with differentiation innovations, and the consequences that this rules can have.

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2 Fictitious commodities and biopolitics Fictitious commodities mark the fact that the market latches on to life, the life of the mass of individuals upon which the functioning of the market depends. The fictitious commodity is a Polanyian formulation that can be linked to Foucault’s biopolitics (1977, 1978) – the subsequent phase being the commodification of life itself, the zoe of Giorgio Agamben (1995), and no longer only the bios (life qualified by its political dimension). The self-regulating market is one form of biopolitics, and special markets are those that substantively realize this form of politics.

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Part II of this book offers a detailed discussion of some of these products for Asian countries, namely China, Japan and the Philippines, and provides a glimpse into the wealth of products of terroir in that part of the world. Latin American countries also possess a large variety of products of terroir, albeit systematic efforts to develop that potential, pursued within the last couple of decades, are still lagging. For example, Peru, heir to one of the most advanced pre-Columbian civilizations and endowed 28 Geographical Indications and Agricultural Trade with an exuberant fauna and flora, has so far registered only eight Denominations of Origin, and only two of them are controlled by a Council representing the producers of the corresponding good.

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