Motor vehicle and related companies spent $3.95 billion on advertising in the Asia/Pacific region last year with China accounting for 47%, or $1.85 billion, of the outlay. The Nielsen Co. says in a report that Australia accounted for 17.2% of the total spent, while India took 14.6%. “Affordability is obviously a consideration in some countries: as economies rebound, people are likely to indulge themselves by acquiring a car or upgrading to a new model,” Nielsen Media Research ...
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