Toyota says sues China's Geely in heated dispute


SHANGHAI, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Top Japanese auto maker Toyota Motor Corp is suing China's Geely Group, accusing the mainland's sole private car maker of infringing its copyright, officials of both companies said on Tuesday. The Japanese auto giant accused Geely in December of using a logo similar to Toyota's in its "Meiri" sedans, which Toyota said could mislead customers -- a charge Geely denied strongly. Toyota said it had asked Geely, which planned to list at home or overseas by 2004, ...

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