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Premier Li says China can navigate through risks to economy
(04-10 11:39)

China has the ability and confidence to keep keeping its economy functioning within the proper range, Premier Li Keqiang said today at the opening ceremony of the Boao Forum for Asia annual conference 2014.
“With all the principles established and policy options at our disposal, we can handle all possible risks and challenges. China's development has strong resilience," Li said in a keynote speech at the opening ceremony.
China has set this year's target of economic growth at about 7.5 percent.
This year's annual conference runs from Tuesday to Friday under the theme of "Asia's New Future: Identifying New Growth Drivers.’’--Xinhua


   
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