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Highlights from the news conference

Premier Li Keqiang met reporters from home and abroad at a news conference on March 15 at the end of the annual NPC meeting.

China important engine for world

China’s GDP growth target for this year, which is “around 6.5 percent”, is not low, Premier Li Keqiang said.

Optimism about financial stability

Premier Li struck a confident tone in the country’s financial stability, ruling out the possibility of systemic risks.

China not to devalue yuan to boost export: Premier

China will not devalue yuan to boost its export, Premier Li Keqiang said on March 15 after the close of the annual legislative session.

One-China policy bedrock of US ties

Premier Li Keqiang said on March 15 that the one-China policy will remain as the foundation of China-US relations.

China proposes dialogue to solve Korean Peninsula issue

China is committed to denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and proposes dialogue to de-escalate the current tensions.




We are fully determined to push the reform forward until our job is done no matter what obstacles or even resistance we may encounter.

Answering questions from journalists on March 15

No mater what bumps the China-US relationship may run into, we hope this relationship will continue to move forward in the positive direction.

Answering questions from journalists on March 15

China will fight and win the battle against smog but it takes time.

Answering questions from journalists on March 15


China’s economy is unlikely to continue to grow at a sustainable pace without innovation playing a big part, according to a scholar at one of Britain’s top technology and research institutes.


Premier Li’s news conference has conveyed the government’s belief that the quality of Made-in-China products has been enhanced to a key stage.

As this year’s two sessions drew to a close, a number of policies and measures for the benefit of the people were laid out.

Premier Li’s news conference is a window into China’s domestic policies and positions on international issues.


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