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Advertising Expenditure (Scotland)

Volume 401: debated on Tuesday 18 March 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for International Development how much the Department spent on advertising in Scotland in each year since 1999 on (a) television, (b) newspapers, (c) radio, (d) magazines, (e) billboards and (e) sporting events. [102391]

It is not possible for DFID to show the "Scottish" proportion of our advertising spend in UK national newspapers/magazines, to the level of detail requested, because these national newspapers/magazines do not publish separate editions for Scotland.However, details of available DFID expenditure for advertising in newspapers/magazines which are specifically Scottish, for the calendar years 2000 to 2002 inclusive, are as follows:

Calendar yearAdvertising spend in Scottish Newspapers (£)
DFID has not incurred expenditure on television, radio, billboard or sporting event advertising.