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A former Minister says the continuing Government negotiations are starting to look bad for Chris Luxon.
Another week of talks has begun, and the Prime Minister-elect says he's unlikely to be able to leave for the APEC Summit on Wednesday, with nothing wrapped up.
Peter Dunne says Luxon gave the impression his business background would help him strike a deal quickly.
"He's got the second-longest set of negotiations since NZ First was first involved in negations. And he's somehow seems to believe he could do it all differently- and better. He's fallen into the same trap others have."
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