Over the next three years, over 200 Angry Birds merchandise stores will open in China thanks to a deal with the game's developer Rovio and a Chinese portal. Merchandise includes the usual suspects: t-shirts, stuffed animals and toys. [New Launches]
Angry Birds To Overrun China
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