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WELLINGTON (Kyodo) New Zealand Prime Minister John Key is coming to Japan on a mission: He wants to press his case for a bilateral free-trade agreement.

Key starts his six-day trip Tuesday. He plans to meet with Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama as well as Emperor Akihito and visit a number of companies.

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