Premier Li Keqiang speaks at a meeting on government work regarding economic stabilisation for the fourth quarter on Wednesday in Beijing. Photo: Xinhua
Premier Li Keqiang speaks at a meeting on government work regarding economic stabilisation for the fourth quarter on Wednesday in Beijing. Photo: Xinhua

China urged to set ‘clear road map’ for zero-Covid exit to enable economic recovery as premier looks to fourth quarter

  • Premier Li Keqiang said China’s economy generally recovered and stabilised in the third quarter and that Beijing will push ahead in the last three months of the year
  • It has been rolling out measures since May, including tax cuts and infrastructure spending, to support the economy crippled by zero-Covid and a property crisis

Premier Li Keqiang speaks at a meeting on government work regarding economic stabilisation for the fourth quarter on Wednesday in Beijing. Photo: Xinhua
Premier Li Keqiang speaks at a meeting on government work regarding economic stabilisation for the fourth quarter on Wednesday in Beijing. Photo: Xinhua
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