BEIJING (Reuters) – China is seeking a strong start to the economy in the first quarter to establish conditions favorable to achieving 2019’s major targets, state television reported on Monday, quoting Premier Li Keqiang.
Li did not give details of the targets, which will not be publicized until the annual parliament meeting in March.
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Chinese leaders have turned more pro-growth and more stimulus measures are expected to support a slowing economy pinched by a trade war with the United Sates.
“We should strive for a good start in the first quarter to create conditions for completing the key full-year development targets...
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