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Premier stresses implementing macro policies, promoting reform and opening-up

Updated: July 7, 2022 22:36    Xinhua

FUZHOU — Premier Li Keqiang on July 7 stressed implementing macro policies and promoting reform and opening-up, and encouraged coastal provincial-level regions in East China to play a pivotal role in stabilizing the economy.

Premier Li Keqiang, also a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, presides over a symposium with leading officials of the coastal provincial regions, in East China's Fujian province, July 7, 2022. He stressed implementing macro policies and promoting reform and opening-up, and encouraged coastal provincial-level regions in east China to play a pivotal role in stabilizing the economy. [Photo/Xinhua]

Premier Li, also a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, made the remarks during a symposium with leading officials of five coastal provincial regions, including Fujian, Guangdong and Shanghai.

China's economic operation has been through an unusual journey since the start of this year, the Premier said. He stressed that the foundation for recovery is still unstable and called for more hard work to stabilize the economy.

The country should give play to the initiative of the central and local governments, coordinate efforts of macro policy implementation with the deepening of reform, help market entities recover and grow, stabilize employment and prices, and keep the economy running within a reasonable range, Premier Li said.

China's economic recovery is at a critical point now, Premier Li noted. He urged efforts to further unclog bottlenecks in industrial and supply chains and steer the economy back on track as soon as possible.

National policies aimed at helping enterprises should be implemented, and more supportive policies should be rolled out, the Premier said.

Highlighting continuous efforts to deepen reform, Premier Li said the country should further streamline administration and delegate power, improve regulation and upgrade services, while continuing to improve the business environment and further stimulating market vitality and social creativity.

Premier Li also underlined the significance of opening-up to China's economic and social development, pledging to remain committed to expanding opening-up.

China will continue to promote reform and development through opening-up, stabilize foreign trade and foreign investment, and better participate in international competition and cooperation through high-level opening-up, Premier Li said.

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