By  on August 13, 2008

LONDON — A Belgian court Tuesday found in favor of eBay in a case brought against the Internet auction site by L’Oréal-owned Lancôme over the sale of counterfeit products.

The French beauty behemoth, which said it intends to appeal the decision, had aimed to stop eBay from allowing the sale of what it considers counterfeit goods on the Belgian version of its site. It had also requested that the site take several steps to counteract the sale of counterfeit Lancôme goods, including banning certain selling activity — such as the sale of more than three perfumes in a month by the same seller.

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