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Commercial Vehicles Advertising in Print grew by 56% in Q1 ’05: AdEx study

28-June-2005
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Commercial Vehicles Advertising in Print grew by 56% in Q1 ’05: AdEx study

The first quarter of 2005 saw a 56 per cent jump in print advertisng by commercial vehicles makers, with Tata Motors being the top advertiser. These advertisers also showed a marked preference for black and white ads.

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