TOKYO/SHANGHAI, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Japan's Nissan is pondering legal action against Chinese vehicle maker Great Wall Auto over alleged design piracy, a charge denied by the Chinese company as it prepares for a stock market listing. Nissan Motor Co was considering whether to sue smaller truck and sport-utility vehicle (SUV) specialist Great Wall Automobile Holding Co Ltd for allegedly copying a design on the front face of Nissan's Paladin SUV, a spokeswoman told Reuters. Copy-cat cars ...
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