Toyota says lawsuit vs China's Geely tossed out


SHANGHAI, Nov 24 (Reuters) - A Beijing court has tossed out a lawsuit filed by Toyota against China's sole private car maker, which had accused the firm of infringing the Japanese giant's copyright, Japan's top car maker said on Monday. Toyota Motor Corp accused Geely Group last December of sporting a logo similar to Toyota's on its "Meiri" sedans, which it said could mislead customers -- a charge Geely denied. Geely officials confirmed the outcome of the case but would not comment ...

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