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Italian Notebook Maker Moleskine Plans Milan Float

Posted at 7:23PM Tuesday 19 Jun 2012

Italian notebook maker Moleskine plans to list in Milan this year and has hired investment banks to run the sale of stock in the company, whose thread-bound jotters are based on originals favoured by the likes of Vincent Van Gogh and Ernest Hemingway.

theglobeandmail.com

Reuters

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