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Peter Logan does not have a clue what he is talking about and the original article does not totally read like this. It goes on to expand that Melbourne appreciate the exposure and economic benefit and they are aware other states of Australia would be more than willing to accept the prestige. Here's a excerpt:"However, Ms Asher said it was not in the government's interest to relinquish an event that had economic benefits in promoting tourism and branding Victoria." The 2013 AGP is already being heavily promoted nationally

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