Tesla Motors wins legal dispute over his name’s ownership in China

Quoting from CleanTechnica:

Tesla’s legal woes in China appear to finally be over, with the recent decision by a Chinese court to side with the popular EV company rather than local businessman Zhan Baosheng, who previously owned the “Te Si La (Tesla)” trademark in China. With the new ruling, the company is now legally able to sell its vehicles in the country under the Tesla brand name, using the preferred Chinese transliteration “Te Si La.”

That’s very good news for the company founded and run by Elon Musk, who is basing a big part of its future growth projections on its exploitation of the huge possibilities offered by the chinese market.

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