A security guard checks the body temperature of a woman at the entrance to a shopping centre in Beijing on May 22, while Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is seen on a screen above. Photo: Simon Song A security guard checks the body temperature of a woman at the entrance to a shopping centre in Beijing on May 22, while Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is seen on a screen above. Photo: Simon Song
A security guard checks the body temperature of a woman at the entrance to a shopping centre in Beijing on May 22, while Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is seen on a screen above. Photo: Simon Song
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Li Keqiang takes positive steps to China recovery as Hong Kong awaits draft national security law

  • In an extraordinary response aimed at maintaining economic growth and full employment, the country’s premier eased pressure on business and acknowledged tensions with US on trade and the future of Hong Kong

A security guard checks the body temperature of a woman at the entrance to a shopping centre in Beijing on May 22, while Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is seen on a screen above. Photo: Simon Song A security guard checks the body temperature of a woman at the entrance to a shopping centre in Beijing on May 22, while Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is seen on a screen above. Photo: Simon Song
A security guard checks the body temperature of a woman at the entrance to a shopping centre in Beijing on May 22, while Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is seen on a screen above. Photo: Simon Song
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