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Beverages advertising in print dips 5 pc during Jan-May ’10: AdEx Analysis

28-June-2010
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Beverages advertising in print dips 5 pc during Jan-May ’10: AdEx Analysis

Beverages advertising in print decreased by 5 per cent during January-May ’10, as compared to January-May ’09. Aerated soft drink and non aerated soft drink were the top two categories, accounting for 67 per cent share of the beverages sector advertising in print during this period. PepsiCo was the top advertiser. More

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