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Print ads for health insurance up 133 pc: AdEx Analysis

12-March-2011
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Print ads for health insurance up 133 pc: AdEx Analysis

According to the latest AdEx Analysis, health/ accidental general insurance contributed to 20 per cent of print ads in Jan-Dec ’10. Print advertising in this sector grew by a whopping 133 per cent as compared to the previous year. More

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