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In Brief: NOCC slam branding

In Brief: NOCC slam branding

The NOCC has warned a local bottled water company not to use the word Olympic as its brand name, contending that its commercial use without permission is against the spirit of the Olympic Movement and in contravention with the International Olympic Committee charter. The General Secretary of the NOCC, Vath Chamroeun, told the Post Wednesday that the commercial exploitation of the name of the Olympic movement violates IOC laws. “The NOCC is bringing this to the attention of the manufacturers,” he stated.

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