Premier Li Keqiang has reminded bureaucrats across China that the nation’s economy is heavily driven by foreign trade. Photo: EPA-EFE
Premier Li Keqiang has reminded bureaucrats across China that the nation’s economy is heavily driven by foreign trade. Photo: EPA-EFE

China aims to stabilise foreign trade, allay investor fears as Premier Li issues call to action

  • China will unblock international airline routes and increase both domestic and international flights in an orderly manner, Li Keqiang vows
  • Comments come as criticism has been mounting over economic fallout and ramifications of Beijing sticking with stringent coronavirus-control measures

Premier Li Keqiang has reminded bureaucrats across China that the nation’s economy is heavily driven by foreign trade. Photo: EPA-EFE
Premier Li Keqiang has reminded bureaucrats across China that the nation’s economy is heavily driven by foreign trade. Photo: EPA-EFE
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