PM off to Russia this week (Newstalk ZB)

PM off to Russia this week (Newstalk ZB)

Vladivostok : Russia | Sep 02, 2012 at 12:52 AM PDT
Source: Xtra News
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US President Barack Obama will miss this yearA¢A€A™s talks because of the election campaign. But John Key says it is a good time to get all the leaders, bar Mr Obama, in the room to discuss how the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks are going. He also wants to assess the economic situation... FULL ARTICLE AT Xtra News
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