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Hair Removers Advertising in Print grew by 30% in Q1 ’05: AdEx study

04-July-2005
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Hair Removers Advertising in Print grew by 30% in Q1 ’05: AdEx study

The 30 per cent rise in print advertising by Hair Remover advertisers comes on the heels of a negative growth of 9 per cent in 2004. Among brands, Reckitt Benckiser’s Veet was the top advertiser. National magazines and Delhi newspapers cornered most of the print advertising in this category.more...

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