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Japanese company: Obama's mask fastest selling product

2009-01-20 03:45:24 GMT2009-01-20 11:45:24 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

An employee of Japan's Ogawa Rubber Inc paints an eye on a rubber mask of U.S President-elect Barack Obama at the company's factory in Saitama city, suburban Tokyo Jan. 19, 2009. Ogawa Rubber said it has produced and sold more than 2,500 Obama face masks since December, and 1,000 more are being manufactured, making it their fastest selling product. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

An employee of Japan's Ogawa Rubber Inc paints an eye on a rubber mask of U.S President-elect Barack Obama at the company's factory in Saitama city, suburban Tokyo Jan. 19, 2009. Ogawa Rubber said it has produced and sold more than 2,500 Obama face masks since December, and 1,000 more are being manufactured, making it their fastest selling product. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

An employee of Japan's Ogawa Rubber Inc paints an eye on a rubber mask of U.S President-elect Barack Obama at the company's factory in Saitama city, suburban Tokyo Jan. 19, 2009.

Ogawa Rubber said it has produced and sold more than 2,500 Obama face masks since December, and 1,000 more are being manufactured, making it their fastest selling product.

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