October 2005
Brand Strategy;Oct2005, Issue 196, p48
Trade Publication
Examines marketing trends in Russia. Factors that contributed to the growth of the country's retail industry; Reasons behind the Russian population's increased shopping activities; Popular foreign brands in the country; Advertising expenditures in the country between 1994-2004; Fashion and personal care industries as the most active sectors in terms of consumer consumption.


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