NEW YORK, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Advertising spending stabilized in the first half of 2002, according to new research released on Monday, and the ad industry is poised for growth in the second half of the year and beyond. Taylor Nelson Sofres unit CMR said ad spending fell a mere 0.2 percent in the first six months of 2002, to $53.7 billion, after steep declines last year caused by the dot-com crash, Sept. 11 attacks and the broader economic downturn. Separately, Standard & Poor ...
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