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Personal care industry advertising in Print peaks in 2007 with 12 per cent growth

24-March-2008
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Personal care industry advertising in Print peaks in 2007 with 12 per cent growth

Personal care industry advertising in Print grew by 12 per cent during 2007 over 2006. 'Personal Healthcare’ segment had the largest share of 60 per cent of the overall personal care industry advertising in Print during 2007. Ratan Ayurvedic Sansthan topped the advertisers’ list of the personal care industry in Print during 2007, while Cipla I-Pill led the top 10 list of new personal care brands advertised in Print during 2007.

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