China ad spending rises slower 18 pct in 2005


BEIJING, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Advertising spending in China reached 243.9 billion yuan ($30.3 billion) in 2005, up 18 percent from the year before, posting the slowest growth rate in three years, the state-run China Daily said on Tuesday. The cosmetics and bath products industry was the biggest spender on advertising last year, followed by the medicines, retail and services and food sectors, the report said, citing figures from a report released Monday by the Beijing-based firm CTR Market ...

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