SINGAPORE: Levi's Beats Carrefour In Fake Jeans Row
By just-style.com | 17 September 2001
A judge ordered hypermart chain Carrefour to pay legal costs of $15,000 after it admitted breaching a court order and selling jeans which infringed a Levi Strauss and Co's trademark for the second time.
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