Long running talks to hammer out a free trade agreement between 11 Asia Pacific countries have resumed in Auckland, sparking criticism and protest.
Opponents of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) say the high level negotiations are undemocratic, and warn promised benefits will come at a cost.
"It's being held in secret," said Robert Reid of First union.
"I mean this is the umpteenth meeting that's happened and we still don't know what's in the agreement."
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