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Oral hygiene advertising in print jumps 55 pc during H1 2010: AdEx Analysis

30-August-2010
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Oral hygiene advertising in print jumps 55 pc during H1 2010: AdEx Analysis

Oral hygiene sector advertising in print grew 55 per cent during H1 2010, as compared to H1 2009. Vicco Laboratories ruled in advertising of oral hygiene brands in print during this period, while Vicco Vajradanti Tooth Powder was the most advertised new brand. More

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