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Global ad spend isn't likely to bounce back for the rest of the year, as many marketers continue holding off campaigns

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

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Six months into the coronavirus outbreak, large multinational marketers still generally have a negative outlook of the market, and don't plan on running standard marketing campaigns for at least the next few months, according to the Wave III Coronavirus Response survey released in early June by the World...
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