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Sberbank is among ten largest Runet advertisers
23.09.2012 13:37
Sberbank is among ten largest Runet advertisers
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Sberbank, the largest Russian credit organization, ranked the 6th in the rating of largest Runet advertisers, reports The Kommersant, referring to the research of the agency MindShare.


According to the agency, Sberbank’s expenses on advertisement in the web have grown 185 % and have reached 154 million Rubles.  


Renault-Nissan has taken the first place in the rating of the largest Runet advertisers, which has spent 300 million Rubles. The mobile operator MegaFon, ranked 2nd, has spent 278 million Rubles. The company Procter & Gamble, placed 3d, has spent 210 million. Samsung Electronics (189 million) and MTS (185 million) are also among ten largest Runet advertisers.

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian business Russian mobile networks Russian banks Sberbank  

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