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CANADA: Labatt and Molson do battle over Export tag

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Canadian brewers Molson and Labatt are currently embroiled in a legal battle over the right to use the term 'export' in brands sold in the key market of Ontario. Molson is asking the province's Court of Appeal to grant an injunction that would prohibit Labatt from selling or advertising Oland Export Ale, a brand produced from Oland, its Halifax, Nova Scotia, based subsidiary.


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