Travelex loses court battle over euro symbol

Following the court action by British bureau de change Travelex, a verdict was reached Thursday. Travelex claimed that they owned the "€" euro symbol, had used it since 1989 and that the ECB's use of it breached their copyright. Travelex lost the case with judges ruling their logo looked more like a "C".

Source: Business & Finance

British bureau de change Travelex has failed in its E25.5m battle with the European Commission over the rights to the euro symbol.

The company claimed that the European

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