John Key represents NZ at APEC

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Prime Minister John Key has been in China this week attending the APEC Summit.
During his week long visit he has met with  other Asia Pacific leaders to discuss economic growth and closer ties.
A total of 21 countries have been at the summit.
APEC stands for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation and was established in 1989 to help grow the countries within the Asian Pacific area.
As is tradition, the APEC leaders had their photo taken, while at a special tree planting ceremony. This year the leaders of the countries were given special Chinese outfits to wear.

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