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In a decision that has the potential to spark a rebuke from the South Korean government, the U.S. International Trade Commission on June 9 moved to prohibit Samsung from importing, selling and distributing devices in the United States that infringe on two Apple Inc. patents covering technology employed by mobile devices. So reports Reuters.

The Obama administration less than a week earlier had overturned an ITC decision that would have banned the sales of some older-model Apple iPhones and iPads in the United States for violating Samsung patents.

Earlier that day a U.S. appeals court considered another issue in the long-running series of patent spats between the two archrivals: Apple’s request that some older-model Samsung phones be permanently banned. The court’s opinion is forthcoming.

Read the full article from Reuters here.

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