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Starbucks to Pay Mexico for Unauthorized Use of Aztec Images

EFE, Posted: Jan 08, 2010

MEXICO CITY -- Starbucks has agreed to pay intellectual property rights to Mexico for a line of coffee mugs depicting pre-Hispanic Aztec images, the U.S. coffee company said Thursday. The mugs showed images of the Aztec calendar and a pyramid from pre-Aztec ruins near Mexico City. Starbucks Mexico said that the supplier had sought approval for the images from Mexico's archaeological agency since 2008, but had failed to receive it. The company has pulled the mugs from store shelves.


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