SHANGHAI — Cartier has been awarded almost $30,000 in compensation by a Shanghai court in a trademark infringement case.
The Pudong New Area People’s Court in Shanghai ruled on Monday that two Beijing-based jewelry companies — Beijing Mengkela Science and Technology Co. Ltd. and Beijing Huixin Tianyuan Science and Trade Co. Ltd. — as well China’s largest online supermarket, the Shanghai-based Yihaodian.com, who sold the latter company’s products, had used the Cartier brand in their advertisements to attract customers without permission.
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