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Sugar confectionary advertising in Print dips 18%: AdEx study

08-November-2004
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Sugar confectionary advertising in Print dips 18%: AdEx study

There was an 18 per cent dip in sugar confectionary advertising in Print in the third quarter of 2004 compared to Q3 of 2003. While Maharashtra topped in sugar confectionary Print advertising, Hindustan Lever was the top advertiser in this segment.

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