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‘Civic agencies need to ‘promote’ outdoor and not ‘control’ it’

09-July-2009
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‘Civic agencies need to ‘promote’ outdoor and not ‘control’ it’

“The reality is that almost all government and civic authorities consider outdoor media as a burden. Despite heavy licensee fees and taxes, outdoor media does not enjoy 100 per cent legality. It is really strange. Something tangible should be done to impress upon the civic agencies to ‘promote’ outdoor and not to ‘control’ it,” asserts Mukesh Gupta, CEO, Graphisads. More

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