PARIS — DaimlerChrysler AG has lost its case against AB Volvo in a regional German court to prevent the Ford Motor Co.-owned Swedish automaker from badging its cars C70 and S80. “In principle, we have never been very worried here,” a Volvo spokesman in Sweden says. “We'll continue using the names in every market.” A German newspaper report says the court ruled in favor of Volvo because Volvo cars could not be confused with Mercedes-Benz cars. Mercedes uses such names as S500 and C320, the ...

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