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Unilever hopes Indonesians will take to Wall's
Aug 16, 2010
Glenn Smith

Unilever hopes Indonesians will take to Wall's

Despite having one of Asia's lowest per capita incomes, Indonesia is a target for Unilever's ice creams.

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Ad spend cuts have little effect on shrinking Japanese car market
Aug 11, 2010
Glenn Smith

Ad spend cuts have little effect on shrinking Japanese car market

Japanese car makers slashed adspend during the past couple of years, then sat back expecting the worst. But not much happened, which has led them to question the relevance of advertising to their business.

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Ad spend cuts have little effect on shrinking Japanese car market
Aug 11, 2010
Glenn Smith

Ad spend cuts have little effect on shrinking Japanese car market

Japanese car makers slashed adspend during the past couple of years, then sat back expecting the worst. But not much happened, which has led them to question the relevance of advertising to their business.

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Taiwanese beer: China offers profits for Taiwanese brewers
Jul 27, 2010
Glenn Smith

Taiwanese beer: China offers profits for Taiwanese brewers

Beer vendors struggle with a declining market, but China offers profits for Taiwanese brewers.

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Taiwanese beer: China offers profits for Taiwanese brewers
Jul 27, 2010
Glenn Smith

Taiwanese beer: China offers profits for Taiwanese brewers

Beer vendors struggle with a declining market, but China offers profits for Taiwanese brewers.

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Taiwan ad spend leaps 24 per cent after decade of decline
Jul 22, 2010
Glenn Smith

Taiwan ad spend leaps 24 per cent after decade of decline

TAIPEI - According to Nielsen's latest report, Taiwan ad spend has leaped 24 per cent to US$695 million (NT$22.3 billion) in the first half of 2010, marking a welcome turnaround after nearly a decade of decline for the island's advertising industry.

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Cambodian telcos battle for the final frontier
Jun 24, 2010
Glenn Smith

Cambodian telcos battle for the final frontier

Advertisers are cleaning up as telcos struggle to make their voices heard in the emerging market.

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Cambodian telcos battle for the final frontier
Jun 24, 2010
Glenn Smith

Cambodian telcos battle for the final frontier

Advertisers are cleaning up as telcos struggle to make their voices heard in the emerging market.

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Cambodian telcos battle for the final frontier
Jun 24, 2010
Glenn Smith

Cambodian telcos battle for the final frontier

Advertisers are cleaning up as telcos struggle to make their voices heard in the emerging market.

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Is there a gap for foreign retailers in China's convenience store sector?
Jun 15, 2010
Glenn Smith

Is there a gap for foreign retailers in China's convenience store sector?

Local outlets still dominate the Chinese convenience store sector, but is there a gap for overseas brands?

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Filipino mobile market rocks to its own ringtone
Jun 15, 2010
Glenn Smith

Filipino mobile market rocks to its own ringtone

Handsets holds sway over service providers for a population that is still more inclined to text than to talk.

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New entrants VanaH and I LOHAS revive Japan's mineral water sector
Jun 14, 2010
Glenn Smith

New entrants VanaH and I LOHAS revive Japan's mineral water sector

Despite excellent tap water, two brands, VanaH, and I LOHAS (lifestyle of health and sustainability), a new launch from Coca-Cola Japan Corporation (CCJC), have revived the Japanese mineral water business.

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Regional air conditioner manufacturers benefit from hot weather
Jun 6, 2010
Glenn Smith

Regional air conditioner manufacturers benefit from hot weather

Korea's LG leads a regional air conditioner market that is benefiting from hot and hazy climatic trends as El Nino again wrecks havoc across Asia.

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TAA to demand lock on prices for booked airtime in Taiwan
May 27, 2010
Glenn Smith

TAA to demand lock on prices for booked airtime in Taiwan

TAIPEI - The Taiwan Advertisers' Association (TAA) is preparing a letter that it will send to the island TV and cable broadcasting associations in the hope of averting a summer pricing disaster.

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Taiwan ad spend grows 23 per cent in Q1
May 5, 2010
Glenn Smith

Taiwan ad spend grows 23 per cent in Q1

TAIPEI - The first quarter saw Taiwan adspend grow 22.8 per cent to US$312 million (NT$9.9 billion), according to Nielsen data, perhaps signaling the start of a recovery from a protracted ad slump that began before the global downturn.

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MAA advises local broadcasters to amend TV prices in Taiwan
Apr 29, 2010
Glenn Smith

MAA advises local broadcasters to amend TV prices in Taiwan

TAIPEI - Taiwan's media agency association, MAA, has issued a letter to the island's terrestrial and cable TV associations requesting that local TV broadcasters review and perhaps amend their pricing practices.

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Hwa Wei Grey closes its doors in Taiwan
Apr 6, 2010
Glenn Smith

Hwa Wei Grey closes its doors in Taiwan

TAIPEI - Grey Group is closing its joint venture with Hwa Wei in Taiwan.

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Taiwan's NCC turns down four of Next Media's TV channel applications
Mar 31, 2010
Glenn Smith

Taiwan's NCC turns down four of Next Media's TV channel applications

TAIPEI - In what is seen as a rebuke to print magnate Jimmy Lai's broadcasting ambitions in Taiwan, the National Communications Commission (NCC) has rejected the applications for four of the five channels Next Media planned to launch this year.

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UB Group and SABMiller have India's beer market on tap
Mar 22, 2010
Glenn Smith

UB Group and SABMiller have India's beer market on tap

Despite growth in the country's beer consumption, there is little competition for UB Group and SAB Miller.

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Japan's pet food sector: Growing sales volume despite waning ad spend
Mar 8, 2010
Glenn Smith

Japan's pet food sector: Growing sales volume despite waning ad spend

Adspend has fallen dramatically as brands struggle to mark their territory in a blossoming pet food sector.

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