DPP Sues Chinese Company

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The Director of Public Prosecutions -DPP has sued Sun-foods Trading, a Chinese company on allegations of a forged Trademark.

The DPP has also sued two directors of Sun-food Trading Shengming – Li and Wenzhuang – Li as second and third defendants.

Sun-foods Trading has been accused of copyright infringement of Swiss Bake Limited’s Chelsea Biscuits Brand.

The DPP has also filed a Notice of Motion for the forfeiture of Three Hundred and 67 boxes of Chelsea Biscuits from Sun-foods Trading.

Kennedy Munangisha, a Detective Inspector of Zambia Police Service has filed the suit on behalf the DPP.

Mr Munangisha has contended that he was assigned to investigate the case of a forged Trademark linked to Sun-foods Trading on April 10, 2019.

He has also contended that investigation at the Patents and Companies Registration Agency-PACRA- have revealed that the Trademark of Chelsea Biscuits belongs to Swiss Bake Limited.

Mr. Munangisha has further contended that Swiss Bake Limited, a subsidiary of Trade King Limited has owned a Trademark of Chelsea Biscuits since 2015.

This is according to the affidavit filed in the Lusaka High Court.

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