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Written by Elizabeth Judge

Saturday, 11 March 2006

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It was a fraught battle that had cigar-smokers lighting up in anticipation that the price of their favourite luxury labels would be slashed. But yesterday the High Court ruled effectively that prices should remain unchanged when it upheld the right of the Corporación Habanos to prevent its cigars from being imported into the UK from Cuba without its consent. The decision followed an 18-month legal battle between Habanos, which owns the rights to Cuba’s top cigar brands such as Montecristo, Cohiba and Romeo y Julieta,and a five-year-old British company, MasterCigars. 

MasterCigars bought a consignment of cigars in Cuba and imported them into the UK. They were seized by Customs...Full Article at Times Online.




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