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Account activity

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The Australian Tourist Commission, Sydney, as expected, has consolidated its $60 million-plus worldwide ad account with DMB&B/Weekes Morris Osborn, Sydney, following a six-month review of 24 agencies across five countries (AA, July 1). The final short list included incumbents DMB&B, which previously handled the U.S. and Europe, McCann-Erickson (Japan) and J. Walter Thompson Co. (Asia).

Avery Dennison Corp., Pasadena, Calif., to Asher/Gould Advertising, Los Angeles, for its $3 million account, from N.W. Ayer & Partners, Los Angeles.

New England Development, Newton, Mass., which owns 18 East Coast mall properties, has placed its estimated $5 million to $7 million account in review. Incumbent Houston Herstek Favat, Boston, will not compete.

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