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Top legislature adopts key documents, ends session

China’s top legislature concluded its 11-day annual plenary session on Wednesday after adopting a number of key documents, paving the way for the country’s development in the coming year.

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Premier calls Tibet’s stability, development a ‘special’ priority

Premier Li Keqiang called for maintaining the stability and development of the Tibet autonomous region when he joined a panel discussion with National People’s Congress deputies from the plateau region on Tuesday.

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Premier lays out China’s path forward in year ahead

China will further open up its markets to the world through robust engines – including the Belt and Road Initiative and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership – and deepen the outbound investment drive that began a few years ago, Premier Li Keqiang said on Sunday.

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Law protects social progress

The Tibet autonomous region is following in the footsteps of the central government and making decisions in strict accordance with the rule of law.

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Reforms ‘vital’ for success

Li said his government would strive to ensure all Chinese people enjoy equal opportunities and receive due rewards for their hard work, regardless of social or family backgrounds. But Li acknowledged that these are not easy tasks and could only be realized through deepening reforms and upholding the rule of law.  In reforming the country’s […]

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Reforms move with time

As China’s new leadership prepares to take charge, the nation has embraced the opportunity to deepen administrative reform by transferring power from the government to market forces and public opinion via a restructuring plan approved by the National People’s Congress on March 14. The move is the latest step in an ongoing, long-term transition. In […]

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