A story on the Financial Times Web site reports that Taiwanese electronics firm Luxpro, which won a lawsuit filed against it by Apple over an iPod shuffle “imitation,” has now countersued the company. “We plan to sue Apple in a Taiwanese court before the end of the month and demand $100m in compensation for the revenues we have lost due to their abuse of their global power,” Wu Fu-chin, Luxpro chairman, told the Financial Times. Apple could not be reached for comment.