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MRF tops advertising in the Tyres category on Print in 2003: An AdEx India Analysis

29-March-2004
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MRF tops advertising in the Tyres category on Print in 2003: An AdEx India Analysis

Over the past few weeks, we have been analyzing the Automotive Sector. We have brought to you the top advertisers and brands in the Cars/Jeeps and Two Wheelers, the two biggest categories in this sector. But, how good is a Car or a Motorcycle without its Tyres? It's time to look at advertising in the Tyres category.

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