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In the latest turn to the ongoing legal battle for the Bud and Budweiser trademarks, the Tajikistan Patent and Trademark Office has thrown out the Czech brewer Budejovicky Budvar's appellation of origin claims, according to its rival Anuheuser-Busch.


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