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Yves Saint Laurent Parfums

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

German court rules that the Sanofi Beaute division can no longer sell its latest women's scent under the name Champagne. The German suit was filed by the Committee Interprofessional du Vin de Champagne (CVIC), a French champagne and wine growers association that has sued Yves Saint Laurent in several European countries regarding the use of the Champagne name. CVIC also was successful in French litigation to bar the use of the name. The fragrance is now sold in France under the under the Yves Saint Laurent brand, with no product name



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