Sharp signs licensing deal with Daimler after winning patent lawsuit By Reuters

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TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s Sharp Corp (T:) said on Wednesday it has signed a licensing agreement with Daimler (DE:) as it settled a patent infringement lawsuit against the German automaker over in-vehicle mobile communications technology.

The Japanese electronics firm won the patent dispute in a ruling last month by a German court that allowed Sharp to enforce a sales ban against Daimler under certain conditions.

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