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Premier Li Keqiang back in Beijing

Premier Li returned to Beijing on Nov 16 after an official visit to Singapore, during which he also attended a series of meetings.

Actions needed to fight protectionism

Premier Li Keqiang called on all sides at ASEAN meetings to maintain rule-based multilateralism and free trade.

Premier attends 13th East Asia Summit

Premier Li called for efforts to enhance consultation and mutual openness to maintain peace and prosperity in East Asia.

Premier eyes RCEP negotiations

“The RCEP negotiation is in the critical stage. We must make efforts to reach an agreement next year,” Premier Li said.


China, Singapore to boost bilateral ties

Premier Li said China is willing to work with Singapore to achieve greater progress in bilateral relations in the new era.

Premier Li Keqiang meets Australian PM

Premier Li Keqiang said on Nov 14 that there are far more common interests than differences between China and Australia.


New prospects for East Asian cooperation

China has all along supported speeding up regional integration, which was reiterated by Premier Li in his speech at the 44th Singapore Lecture.

Strategic partnership vision 2030 hailed as milestone in China-ASEAN relations

China and the ASEAN have adopted the China-ASEAN Partnership Vision 2030, charting a new course for further development of their cooperation.




Premier Li Keqiang will pay an official visit to Singapore at the invitation of Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and attend a series of meetings from Nov 12 to 16.


China advocates the building of a new type of international relations featuring mutual respect, fairness and justice, and win-win cooperation.

At the 13th East Asia Summit on Nov 15 in Singapore

The ASEAN and other East Asian countries should take measures to strengthen regional financial security in order to enhance risk management and bailout mechanisms.

At the 21st ASEAN-China, Japan and South Korea (10+3) leaders’ meeting on Nov 15

The deepening cooperation and partnership with ASEAN to foster a closer community of a shared future is a contribution for all human society.

At the 21st China-ASEAN (10+1) leaders’ meeting held in Singapore on Nov 14

We welcome Singapore to seize opportunities brought by China’s new round of opening-up, and work with us to upgrade our pragmatic cooperation.

In a speech at the 44th Singapore Lecture in Singapore on Nov 13


  • Premier visits Indonesia, Japan, attends China-Japan-ROK leaders’ meeting
  • Premier attends East Asia meetings, visits the Philippines