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15 July 2015


Premier Li Keqiang Joins Hunan Delegation Deliberation

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On March 12, 2018, Premier Li Keqiang joins deputies to the 13th National People's Congress from Hunan when discussing the work report delivered on Sunday by Zhang Dejiang, chairman of the Standing Committee of the 12th National People's Congress. (Photo/Luo Xinguo)

On March 12, 2018, CPC Central Committee Political Bureau Standing Committee member and State Council Premier Li Keqiang joined deputies from Hunan Province on deliberation. Premier Li called for continuous reform and opening-up and increased efforts on building a law-based and fair business environment for entrepreneurship and innovation. He urged the transformation and upgrading of the real economy, and expressed support for advanced equipment manufacturers to compete globally.

CPC Central Committee Political Bureau Standing Committee member Hu Chunhua, CPC Hunan Provincial Committee Secretary and Hunan Provincial People’s Congress Standing Committee Director Du Jiahao, and CPC Hunan Provincial Committee Deputy Secretary and Hunan Governor Xu Dazhe also attended.

Hunan deputies Xu Dazhe, Liang Wengeng, Yao Jinbo, Hu Hebo, Zhao Yingyun, and Liu Weichao made suggestions on promoting high quality development, quality and efficiency in manufacturing industry, integrated development of the “Internet plus service industry”, reducing the macroscopic leverage ratio, achieving targeted poverty alleviation results, and integrated development of urban and rural compulsory education.

Under the leadership of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, with Xi Jinping at the core, the NPC Standing Committee has done valuable work, Li said, adding that he completely agreed with Zhang's work report.

The premier urged the province to continue reform and opening-up, develop new momentum for economic growth by integrating with the Internet Plus Initiative, which aims to transform traditional industries with information technology, and resolve the issue of unbalanced and insufficient development.

The province should also improve the quality and accessibility of public services while guarding against major risks, pushing forward targeted poverty alleviation, and preventing and controlling pollution, Li said.

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Translator: Yu Jiangjiang

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