Tonic for a glum holiday outlook

September 1990
Advertising Age;9/24/1990, Vol. 61 Issue 39, p28
Trade Publication
Discusses challenges faced by the U.S. economy. Outlook for retail sales; Increase in prices of petroleum products; Impact on consumer spending of the plans of the federal government to increase taxes; Challenges faced by the advertising sector.


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