Court to rule on euro symbol ownership

A court was due to rule on Thursday April 10 whether the ECB owns the "€" symbol representing the euro. British company Travelex claimed the use of the logo was a blatant rip off of its own logo, which it has used since 1989.

Source: Business & Finance

The European court of Justice will today rule on whether the European Central Bank actually owns the stylised "E" symbol that represents the euro.

British bureau de change Travelex has taken a multi million pound lawsuit against the central bank

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