PRAGUE -- The Czech brewer Budejovicky Budvar, locked in dozens of trademark disputes worldwide with its American rival, the Anheuser-Busch Companies, St. Louis, recently introduced Czechvar beer to compete with Budweiser in the United States, according to a recent Reuters report. At a news conference held here, the general director of the state-owned Budvar, Jiri Bocek, said the company had been forced to drop the name Budweiser and adopt Czechvar as it looked to gain a foothold in the ...

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