Fri, 23 Nov 2012 5:29a.m.
John Key has met the celebrated democratic reformer Aung San Suu Kyi, the opposition leader in Burma.
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23/11/2012 12:46:04 p.m.
China is Burma's biggest supporter, I rather doubt that this is all about so called deocratic reforms. China has invested Billions with the Generals,theres big developments on the coast. This is something to take the heat out of Asia's military upgrades largely supplied from America. Is China now going to look more towrds its other neighbour Afganistan as the U.S. and UN withdrawl troops. No doubt the Generals will be able to retire with their investments safe.
23/11/2012 11:22:00 a.m.
@RUZ 100% agree,key only all about him self in a photo opportunity and has little idea of Aung San Suu Kyi
23/11/2012 11:16:38 a.m.
Watch out Burma key just wants your assets to put on the world market
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