Thursday February 20, 2020

Samsung falls as Apple eyes ban on new Galaxy phone

Samsung Electronics fell in Seoul trading as Apple sought a ban on US sales of new Galaxy smartphones, deepening their global patent disputes.

3rd September, 2012
Samsung's Galaxy S III.

Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest mobile-phone maker, fell in Seoul trading as Apple sought a ban on US sales of new Galaxy smartphones, deepening their global patent disputes.

Samsung dropped 1.2 per cent at the close. The stock tumbled 7.5 per cent on August 27th, the first day of trading after a US jury verdict found the South Korean company copied the iPhone.

Apple accused Samsung of flooding the market with “copycat products” and added...

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