The 2010 licensing hot list

We take a look at what's coming up from some of the key players in the licensing industry...
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Despite tricky economic conditions throughout 2009, there was still a good mix of new properties and brand extensions on existing licences hitting retail.

This year, there’s another bumper crop to look forward to - from hotly tipped movies such as Toy Story 3, Iron Man 2 and part one of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, to established favourites like Wallace & Gromit, Doctor Who and Barbie, not to mention some milestone anniversaries.

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