Pernod Ricard wins Havana Club case in Spain
The Spanish Supreme Court has upheld ownership of the Havana Club trade mark in Spain by Havana Club Holdings - a joint venture between Cuba and Pernod Ricard - as a parallel case is heard in the US.
The long-running dispute between Pernod Ricard and Bacardi, which sells a Havana Club rum in the US that is made in Puerto Rico, goes back to the Cuban Revolution in 1960. Cuba seized the Arechabala family's production of Havana Club...
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