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Punting on exports: a Melbourne Cup form guide to the Asian Century

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imageAustralian exporters, we salute you.Tracey Nearmy/AAP

When you are punting on this year’s Melbourne Cup, spare a thought for Australian export businesses making big bets on international markets in the Asian region.

Like a good punter Australian exporters have to look at the horse, the jockey, the state of the track, and of course, the odds....

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