John Key has wrapped up his first day at the APEC summit in Vladivostok with a stark warning to political leaders.
He says goodwill, compromise and common sense are needed to get high quality trade agreements off the ground.
John Key says abolishing the $200 billion worth of farming subsidies around the world would help improve economies.
And he's admitted it'll be up to Russian President Vladmir Putin if a free trade deal with New Zealand is to go ahead.
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