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The business of rugby in Asia

By Bloomberg
06 April 2019   |   5:01 am
Reg Clark, chief executive of Rhino Rugby, which supplies technical training equipment for the sport's World Cup, talks about the upcoming events and the company's strategy for Asia. Rhino has been the official supplier to the Hong Kong Rugby Union for several years, and is the official ball supplier to the 31 nations of the Asian division of World Rugby.

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