Toyota Motor Corp. is suing the Geely Group of China for copyright infringement, because it says Geely’s logo is similar to its own Meiri sedan logo. Geely denies the charge, saying the Japanese auto maker’s claims are “utter rubbish” and adds it is confident it will win the dispute. Toyota now is demanding RMB14 million ($1.7 million) in compensation, press reports say. Toyota filed the lawsuit in a Beijing court in December after asking Geely to stop using the logo. Also rumored to ...

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