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Port Adelaide and AFL helping to drive closer cultural and economic ties between Australia and China

The Australian Football League's push into China has had symbiotic benefits for all parties that goes beyond sports. SportBusiness takes a closer look at the deals that have ensued so far, and how they've worked out.

Players run through a joint banner during the 2017 AFL round 08 match between the Gold Coast Suns and Port Adelaide Power at Jiangwan Sports Stadium on May 14, 2017 in Shanghai, China. (Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

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