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Luggage advertising in Print saw 48% dip in Jan-Nov 2004: AdEx study

20-December-2004
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Luggage advertising in Print saw 48% dip in Jan-Nov 2004: AdEx study

Though the luggage category witnessed a 48 per cent dip for most of this calendar year, there was peak growth during the months of October and November. VIP has been the largest advertiser among luggage manufacturers this year till November.

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