China court showcases Honda patent spat


By Tamora Vidaillet BEIJING, July 25 (Reuters) - China threw open the doors of a Beijing court on Thursday to showcase a potentially landmark patent dispute being monitored by foreign firms in a land awash with fake goods and close copies of top global brands. Foreign reporters usually barred from Chinese courtrooms were invited to watch Japan's Honda Motor Co sue the government's Intellectual Property Bureau over motorcycle design patents. Lawyers representing Honda sparred with ...

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