Icebreaking news: Kiwis want to double in four years

Icebreaker, the New Zealand specialty apparel made from Merino wool, projects global sales at $150 million for the current year after it managed to reach $120 million last year and $100 million in 2009. Jeremy Moon, the company's founder and chief executive, told this publication that doubling the business within ...

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