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|Born||13 July 1912
|Died||3 October 1979
|Occupation||Founder of Marimekko|
|Children||Ristomatti, Anttimatti and Eriika|
Armi Ratia (13 July 1912, Pälkjärvi – 3 October 1979) was the founder of the Finnish textile and clothing company Marimekko Oy. She is among Finland's most famous female entrepreneurs. She was born in Pälkjärvi in Ladogan Karelia.
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- "Ratia, Armi (1912 - 1979)". Biografiakeskus.
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