Looking back over two years

September 2000
AdMedia;Sep2000, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p55
Trade Publication
Lists New Zealand's top selling weekly and monthly magazines based on their July 2000 circulation. 'TV Guide'; 'Sky Watch'; 'AA Directions'; Comparison with the level one year and two years ago; Percentage change.


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