Toyota Australia launches legal action against two independent retailers after the government refuses to take action over the sale of counterfeit airbag cables. Toyota says after a 6-month investigation it has lodged Federal Court proceedings against the two unnamed retailers, saying they are selling counterfeit airbag spiral cables and advertising them as genuine Toyota parts. The automaker alleges trademark infringement and misleading and deceptive conduct. “We are concerned that ...

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