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A watch company has been ordered to pay Audemars Piguet more than $9 million in damages for selling a watch that was deemed to be a knockoff of the luxury watchmaker’s “Royal Oak.”
A spokeswoman for the Swatch Group said the company is still trying to determine how a fire that destroyed a unit within its ETA factory on Sunday will impact production.
The luxury market in China has slowed considerably in 2013, impacting high-end watch sales there, according to a report from global consulting firm Bain & Co.
Following confidential arbitration, a court in The Netherlands has ruled in Swatch Group’s favor in its multi-million-dollar legal battle with Tiffany & Co. over the companies’ now-severed watch contract.
Bovet 1822 has opened its first store in the United States, adding its name to the growing list of high-end watchmakers launching stores here. 
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