PARIS — Ford Motors Co.'s Volvo Car Corp. will continue using the S, V and C designations for its cars despite a ruling from a German court that the letters belong to DaimlerChrysler AG's Mercedes-Benz Div. “We will appeal the court ruling, and have no plans at the moment to change the way we name our cars,” a Volvo spokesman says. “Until we see what a higher court might say, our plans are to continue as usual. Even if Mercedes will have the right on its side in the highest court, then it ...

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