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Asia-Pacific industry reacts to the award of the 2023 Women’s World Cup

MILAN, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 22: The FIFA Women World Cup 2023 Winner's Trophy is on display during the FIFA Football Conference - Analysis on the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup at Palazzo Del Ghiaccio on September 22, 2019 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Tullio Puglia - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

Asia-Pacific sports industry insiders react to the award of the 2023 Fifa Women's World Cup to Australia and New Zealand.

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