PHILIPPINES: San Miguel claims early court victory

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 26 September 2003

Leading liquor producer, Ginebra San Miguel Inc., part of San Miguel Corp., has claimed an initial victory in its legal battle with rival spirits producer, Tanduay Distillers Inc. The Regional Trial Court of Mandaluyong City has granted a temporary restraining order against Tanduay prohibiting the company from manufacturing and selling Ginebra Kapitan, its new gin brand, while the case is being heard.

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Leading liquor producer, Ginebra San Miguel Inc., part of San Miguel Corp., has claimed an initial victory in its legal battle with rival spirits producer, Tanduay Distillers Inc. The Regional Trial Court of Mandaluyong City has granted a temporary restraining order against Tanduay prohibiting the company from manufacturing and selling Ginebra Kapitan, its new gin brand, while the case is being heard.

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