Hello Kitty owner targets counterfeiters in TM infringement suit
European Commission probes Nike and Universal Studios
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Europe’s antitrust authority has hit Sanrio, the licensor of the Hello Kitty brand, with a €6.2 million ($6.9 million) fine for restricting cross-border sales of merchandise.
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European Commission, antitrust, competition, Hello Kitty, Sanrio, cross-border sales, merchandise, licensing