It was 1993. Carat was the dominant agency in France, with 11 separate agencies in different central Paris locations. In the US (where I lived and worked at the time) the all-powerful full-service agencies' media heads referred sneeringly to "the French disease": buying media in bulk, packaging the inventory up and reselling it to clients without revealing the margin.
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