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Hyundai, Maruti Udyog and TATA Motors dominate Cars/Jeeps advertising on Print in 2003: An AdEx India Analysis

15-March-2004
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Hyundai, Maruti Udyog and TATA Motors dominate Cars/Jeeps advertising on Print in 2003: An AdEx India Analysis

Last week’s analysis highlighted the dominance of the automotive sector in print advertising in 2003. We had left you with the top advertisers in this sector. Hyundai Motor India Ltd and Bajaj Auto were the toppers accounting for close to 12% of the advertising spends by this sector. It’s now time to focus on each of the product categories within this sector. Let’s begin with cars/jeeps.

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