China’s Premier Li Keqiang took media questions on China’s economy after the annual “two sessions” of the national legislature and political advisory committee. Photo: EPA-EFE China’s Premier Li Keqiang took media questions on China’s economy after the annual “two sessions” of the national legislature and political advisory committee. Photo: EPA-EFE
China’s Premier Li Keqiang took media questions on China’s economy after the annual “two sessions” of the national legislature and political advisory committee. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Boosting consumption an economic priority in new five-year plan

  • China’s stable development depends on a “dual circulation” economy, in which domestic consumption shoulders a lot of the growth presently generated by manufactured exports

China’s Premier Li Keqiang took media questions on China’s economy after the annual “two sessions” of the national legislature and political advisory committee. Photo: EPA-EFE China’s Premier Li Keqiang took media questions on China’s economy after the annual “two sessions” of the national legislature and political advisory committee. Photo: EPA-EFE
China’s Premier Li Keqiang took media questions on China’s economy after the annual “two sessions” of the national legislature and political advisory committee. Photo: EPA-EFE
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