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Cannes: No Germans?

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[duesseldorf] Roger Hatchuel, chairman of the International Advertising Festival in Cannes, threatened to ban Germans from being judges at next year's festival, following a decision by top German agencies not to participate in another show, the Eurobest Awards, owned by Mr. Hatchuel. To control costs, ten German agencies limit their entries to a list of award shows, called the Creative Index, that includes Cannes but not the Eurobest. Festival officials were unavailable for comment.
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