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    L’Oreal takes MyDollarStore to HC


    L’Oreal, globally renowned cosmetics and beauty group, has filed a case against discount retailer MyDollarStore in the Delhi High Court (HC) for illegal imports over the issue of Intellectual Property Right (IPR).

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    L’Oreal is upset over the move by MyDollarStore to import top global brands, claiming that this leads to loss of business opportunity, unfair competition and product cannibalisation, revealed a source in the company. However, discussions are on between the two parties and the talks could lead to an out-of-court settlement. Both the companies prefer to remain tightlipped about the issue, added the source.

    L’Oreal operates in India through its wholly-owned subsidiary, L’Oreal India and has four divisions including consumer products, professional products, active cosmetics and luxury products. On the other side, MyDollarStore is a discount store chain which set up shop in 2004 and now has 47 stores across several cities.

    —IndiaRetailing Bureau