AUSTRALIA: Funtastic Wins Barbie Apparel Licence
Melbourne-based toys and children's product firm Funtastic Ltd on Thursday announced it has signed a three-year licensing deal to produce and sell Barbie children's underwear in Australia and New Zealand.
The company, which also produces Spiderman clothing, said it was a real scoop for its apparel division as Barbie is one of the leading children's brand for girls aged two to 10 in the Australian and New Zealand markets.
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