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Premier Li makes five proposals for ‘16+1’ practical cooperation

Updated: Nov 5,2016 10:47 PM

On the afternoon of Nov 5, Premier Li Keqiang attended the Sixth China-CEEC Economic and Trade Forum in Riga, Latvia, and delivered a keynote speech.

In light of the slower-than-expected world economic recovery and lacklustre global trade, Premier Li put forth five proposals for expanding China-CEEC practical cooperation. These include: scaling up two-way trade, accelerating efforts for greater connectivity, promoting cooperation on production capacity, exploring innovative modalities of financial cooperation and tapping the potential for tourism cooperation.