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Ice cream and Kimekomi dolls | Developing a licensing programme for the Rugby World Cup in Japan

IMG Licensing says it has secured contracts with 25 Japanese licensees and 21 global licensees for this year’s Rugby World Cup in Japan. Ben Cronin reports.

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