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1/ Why #RahulGandhi, #CONgress ecosystem, Lutiyens & Libtards are against Indian Brands but endorse all foreign brands & their #toolkits to build opinion, from #ShaheenBagh to #FarmersAgitation to #BBC to #Adani?
2/Do you know #CocaCola entered India in the 1980s, taking over 11 other Indian soft drink brands, while #Pepsi took over others.
#Amazon hasn't left out any city nor BlueDart, DHL & FedEx.
3/ #Chinese & #Korean mobiles dominate India.
#Nestlé, #Maggi, #ITC, #HUL, #Pepsi etc entered the #FarmSector!
In 4-wheeler industry, #Suzuki, #MG, #Hyundai etc. #Honda dominates the two-wheeler industry,
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Giving workers modest sums to prevent them from starving during the lockdowns enraged #inflation hawks, who insist that improvements to workers' material lives will transform America into an amateur Weimar revival, with wheelbarrows of useless bank-notes. 1/ An old general store. Inste...
If you'd like an essay-formatted version of this thread to read or share, here's a link to it on, my surveillance-free, ad-free, tracker-free blog:… 2/
"Democrats" like Larry Summers - a Clintonite ghoul who is on record as saying that women are biologically incapable of doing science - insisted that preserving workers' living standards was a terrible mistake. 3/
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Soft Drinks and Their Brand Ambassadors

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Aamir Khan has endorsed both Pepsi & Coke

#FMCGisLife #Pepsi #CocaCola #Advertising

Aishwarya Rai too has endorsed both!

Was a model in the Pepsi Ad with Aamir Khan named Sanjana (a phenomenon that increased the number of girls named Sanjana in India)…

Also endorsed Coke with Aamir, later

Salman Khan

Can never forget the Pepsi vs Thums Up Ads of our childhood.

Taste tests and Thums Up's positioning as the Man's drink vs Boys.

Turns out, the boy eventually turned to Pepsi when he became a man.

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This is an interesting perspective on the #AdaniSyndrome Don't miss.

#cocacola entered India, taking over 11 other Indian soft drink brands, the rest being taken over by Pepsi!

No objection! No shouting

#AMAZON hasn't left out any city!

No resistance! No shouting!

Courier services like #BlueDart #DHL & #FEDEX came & brought their planes too. Now the whole business is occupied!

No resistance.. No shouting..

#Chinese & #Korean mobiles dominate India.

No resistance, no noise! No shouting..
#Nestlé #Maggi #ITC #HUL #PEPSI etc entered the farm sector!

No resistance, no noise

In the 4-wheeler industry, #SUZUKI #MG #Hyundai etc.
#Honda dominates the two-wheeler industry,

No resistance, no noise, no shouting..
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1/15 We are the underdogs. And that's your opportunity on #egld.
An underdog strategy involves a small and, usually, young firm taking on a much larger competitor into a challenge with much bigger opponents in order to break their monopoly. 100% DEFI and DAO on @MultiversX
2/15 That's our promise to you all: FREEDOM not the illusion of freedom. And here it is why and how:
3/15 There is a monopoly on @MultiversX and we are offering a secondary option truly DEFI & DAO where people can choose to earn 50% of anything we do. If the monopoly is Coca-Cola, we are Pepsi - because we love #pepsi more anyway.
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How RJ Corp Dominated the Indian Fast Food Industry 🍕

#KFC #pizzahut #Pepsi #foodindustry #stocks #StockMarketIndia #DidYouKnow
RJ Corp is responsible for bringing global fast food brands like Pepsi, KFC, Pizza Hut, Costa Coffee and others to India. Ravi Jaipuria is the man behind RJ Corp. It is the parent company of Varun Beverages and Devyani International which are listed on the Indian stock exchange.
The company has established a multi-billion dollar empire through its national and international operations. The group has 832 core brand stores across the country.
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New #Ukraine 🇺🇦 #Russia 🇷🇺 Thread 🧵

Category: Cost of war 🪙

1) The @moscow_exchange website is still down & the Russian stock exchange remains closed. The Central Bank orders export led businesses to sell 80% of foreign currencies & bans foreigners from selling Russian securities to try and keep ruble afloat.

#PriceofPutin Image
2) Roman #Abramovich is looking for around 4 billion dollars as he looks to offload #Chelsea ⚽️…

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How not to do in-game product placement 🤢…
#Mirriad "partnership comes at a time when consumers increasingly avoid ads & are becoming incredibly hard to reach & connect with. Brands need to become a deeply engaging part of peoples' experiences in new & radical ways"…
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1.Incompetence of @narendramodi govt in manging political narrative is astounding even when doing right thing.
Be it #CAA,#Article370Scrapping or #FarmPolicyReform, why could @BJP4India not first issue white papers in ALL INDIAN LANGUAGES plus massive publicity thru regional TV
2. Rajiv Gandhi brought in #Pepsi 4 food processing.
Punjab farmers have been merrily doing contract farming for decades. Happy at getting assured prices plus quality seeds etc for their produce. No distress sale at harvest time.Has farmer protested against Pepsi plant in Punjab?
3. @bigbasketblog @Safalproducts,@RelianceFreshIN & several corporates already in2 contract farming.
There has not been a single protest against them.
But this country witnessed massive BKU/Akali protests over decades against scam ridden #APMCMonopoly which bleed & harass farmers
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Read my latest for @Bloomberg @BW: Pepsi’s “#NumberFever” was the biggest advertising promotion in history. It turned customers into millionaires and gave Pepsi the upper hand in their billion-dollar cola war with Coke. Then it went wrong. VERY WRONG. Thread: 1/6
Here’s how it went down: In 1992, Pepsi printed three-digit numbers under the bottle caps of their top-selling soft drinks. Every week Pepsi announced the winning #NumberFever number. Whoever found the winning cap was a millionaire.
It was a worldwide hit. 2/6
In the Philippines, on May 25, 1992, a TV newsreader announced the winning number: 349. There was just one problem. After an error in a bottling plant, Pepsi had released not one lucky 349 bottle cap, but 600,000.

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