Thursday , November 26 2020
Home / South China Morning Post / China’s Li Keqiang vows stability as ‘complex and volatile’ international climate weighs on economy

China’s Li Keqiang vows stability as ‘complex and volatile’ international climate weighs on economy

Summary:
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday acknowledged the “great pressure” facing China’s economy, both at home and in a turbulent environment abroad, but vowed the government would do all it could to drive stable and sustainable development.“Under the complex and volatile international economic and political conditions, for a large economy like ours … stability means progress,” Li said in an article published by the state backed People’s Daily.China’s economy has bounced back from the impact of the…

Topics:
Amanda Lee considers the following as important:

This could be interesting, too:

He Huifeng writes Shenzhen’s population size, key to gauging economic development, remains a matter of debate

Mike Shedlock writes New Home Sales Continue to Surge

Mike Shedlock writes Advance Indicators: Wholesale and Retail Inventories Up, Trade Deficit Up

Mike Shedlock writes Question of the Day: Bad Deal on Fish or No Deal on Fish?

[unable to retrieve full-text content]
Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday acknowledged the “great pressure” facing China’s economy, both at home and in a turbulent environment abroad, but vowed the government would do all it could to drive stable and sustainable development.“Under the complex and volatile international economic and political conditions, for a large economy like ours … stability means progress,” Li said in an article published by the state backed People’s Daily.China’s economy has bounced back from the impact of the…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *