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Sanitary ware Advertising in Print dips 31% in Q1 2005 from Q1 2004: AdEx study

06-June-2005
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Sanitary ware Advertising in Print dips 31% in Q1 2005 from Q1 2004: AdEx study

Since 2001, the highest growth in Print advertising of 72 per cent in the sanitary ware category came about in 2004. While Jaquar Bath Fittings was the most advertised brand, the next five brands in the Top 10 list belong to the Hindustan Sanitary Ware fold.

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