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2014 two Sessions

  • Premier Li: Build sound social security net

    Premier Li Keqiang vowed to build a sound social security net for the public, including an integrated pension arrangement for rural and urban residents.

  • Premier Li: China, EU trade disputes not a big picture

    Standalone cases of trade friction between China and the European Union account for "only a small percentage" of the two-way trade, and the problems can be solved, Premier Li Keqiang told a press conference on Thursday after the annual National People's Congress concluded.

  • Premier Li: Fight against pollution

    PM 2.5, particulate matter of 2.5 micrometers or less, has become a crucial issue for the public, and society needs to work together to win the tough battle against the issue, Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday.

  • Premier Li: Property strategy meets local needs

    A regulatory strategy for the property market, recognizing local conditions and aspects, will be implemented, Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday.

  • Premier Li: New progress in mainland-Taiwan ties

    Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday called for new progress in relations between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan.

  • Premier Li: Reform drive smashes vested interests

    Reform will be deepened and strengthened by smashing the fences of vested interests, Premier Li Keqiang vowed on Thursday.

  • Premier Li: A bolstering Sino-US ties

    Shared interests between China and the US must be expanded, and differences properly managed, to bring relations to a new level, Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday.

  • Premier Li: Beijing continues to support HK

    The Chinese central government will continue supporting Hong Kong to maintain and promote its status as an international center of finance, trade and shipment, Premier Li Keqiang told a press conference shortly after the annual parliamentary session ended in Beijing on March 13.

  • Premier Li: Focus on job creation

    Premier Li Keqiang said employment was his primary concern when considering whether or not to roll out stimulus measures while he answered a media conference question on what he would consider the lowest acceptable growth rate.

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