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The CEOs of small family firms and corporate giants alike have been restraining themselves for the past 18 months. They have tried so hard to control their ambitions for international expansion; they have tried so hard to listen to their finance directors. But you can only be good for so long. And now from the boardroom of IndiGo in India to the factory floor of The Impossible Project in the Netherlands, people are unleashing their global expansion plans. Meet the Uniqlos and Hyatts of tomorrow.

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