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Italy’s Moncler wins Chinese counterfeit case

Italian luxury jacket manufacturer Moncler said Monday it had won major damages from a Beijing-based counterfeiter in what it described a landmark application of new Chinese trademark legislation. Moncler, best known for its ultra-pricey, down-filled puffa jackets, said the Intellectual Property Court in the Chinese capital had awarded it CNY3 million (USD470,000) in damages as a result of trademark infringements by a company called Beijing Nuoyakate Gourmet.

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