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Q: A case of denial or legitimacy?

Since I'm banned from commenting for questioning the credibility of the "China-Media" section, I would like to ask your opinions here and open it for uncensored discussion.

How likely do you think it is that the Chinese company accused is "wild speculation and attempts to find a scapegoat" as quoted?
My guess is it's a 1 in a trillion chance that the reality of the situation is as the (biased) Chinese media source says.

 

http://www.echinacities.com/china-media/Crossing-Knives-Two-Companies-a-...

3 years 6 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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My comment posted.... (apparently). So did Icnif's earlier.

 

As I wrote there - this case should be a no-brainer..... if the Chinese win it, all hell on earth should break loose!

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Admin seems to be dodging this comment lock out issue.
Funny how the inability to comment is more interesting than the article.
the ball is in your court admin

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Phil and Zethe, I have banned no one from commenting on the articles. There may be an issue with the comment sections of the articles. We changed the interface a while back and there may have been some issues.  I have notified the people who can actually solve this problem and they are looking into it.  We will try to have it fixed as soon as possible. As soon as we believe we have it fixed on our end, I will let you know and you can try commenting to see if it works.

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My comment posted.... (apparently). So did Icnif's earlier.

 

As I wrote there - this case should be a no-brainer..... if the Chinese win it, all hell on earth should break loose!

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It's clearly a BS propaganda piece. Notice they tell you when the German company first made the logo but they neglected to tell you when the Chinese company started using the very same logo. 

And by the way , when you copy someone's logo you are a fake.

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