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Premier stresses reform, innovation

Premier Li highlighted reform and innovation to upgrade growth during his visit to Shiyan and Wuhan on May 23-24.

Premier urges China’s ‘Optics Valley’ to go global

Premier Li Keqiang visited the exhibition center in “Optics Valley,” in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province, on May 23.

Curbing overcapacity should not mean job losses, Premier says

Premier Li said enterprises should ensure that redundant staffers don’t end up unemployed during the process of cutting excess production capacity on May 23.

Premier tells SOEs to boost quality

Premier Li urged State-owned enterprises to remove excess production capacity and increase quality on May 23.

Premier stresses streamlined government functions in Hubei

Premier Li asked for one-stop approval procedure processed at one service window in citizens’ service center when visiting Hubei province on May 23.

Quality reform to promote upgrading

Premier urged quality reform to promote upgrades in manufacturing while visiting a Dongfeng plant on May 23.




Giving props to information industry

Speaking at big data summit, Premier Li stressed integrating innovation and craftsmanship spirit to fuel reforms.

Informatization to boost real economy

Premier Li Keqiang said at a big data industry summit that China will integrate informatization with the real economy.

Fairness for big data investment: Premier

China will create a more equal market to attract foreign investment in big data and e-commerce, Premier Li said.


If we can incorporate new technologies, such as big data, into the craftsman’s spirit, the products we make will better meet the demands of consumers.

At China Big Data Industry Summit in Guiyang on May 25

When cutting excess capacity, superfluous workers must be transferred to other jobs instead of being laid off.

During a visit to the Wuhan Iron and Steel Corp on May 23