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This may be the last Christmas for  Bratz  dolls and a lot of jobs in Van Nuys.

Barbie Beats the Bratz

This may be the last Christmas for Bratz dolls and a lot of jobs in Van Nuys.

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Barbie  dolls are worth approximately three billion dollars a year to  Mattel,  based in El Segundo.

Barbie Versus Bratz

Barbie dolls are worth approximately three billion dollars a year to Mattel, based in El Segundo.

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