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Taxi app renamed amid Didi trademark dispute

By Hao Nan | China Daily | Updated: 2014-05-28 06:57

Beijing-based Xiaoju Technology renamed its top taxi-hailing app, Didi Dache, last week, about one month after a trademark case against it.

Several Chinese media outlets reported that the name change was a move to deal with the company's ongoing trademark dispute.

Zhejiang-based Viewin Electronic Co filed a complaint against Xiaoju Technology, which claimed the company infringed its trademark Didi and demanded 80 million yuan ($12.8 million) in compensation.

Taxi app renamed amid Didi trademark dispute

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