FRANKFURT, Dec 22 (Reuters) - German consumer products group Henkel and Formula One team Brawn GP have resolved a legal row over a disputed 90 million euro ($129 million) sponsorship contract, the erstwhile adversaries said on Tuesday. In separate but similarly worded statements the groups said "the differences between BrawnGP and Henkel with regard to a Formula 1 sponsoring have been resolved by mutual agreement. All potential claims will be dropped. As a consequence, all court ...
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