Keqiang: Structural reforms are the way for nations to support growth

12 Sep 2017 11:15 AM

Christine Lagarde, director of the International Monetary Fund in Beijing and heads of international organizations including Jim Yong Kim, World Bank President, meets with Chinese Premier Keqiang.

Chinese Prime Minister Li Kiqiang's remarks were as follows:

  • The global economy is showing positive signs of recovery but remains fragile.
  • nations should rely on structural reforms rather than quantitative easing to support economic growth.
  • Free trade is a good medication to solve problems.
  • China's economy will remain steady and continue to improve.
  • We will not boost Chinese exports by reducing the yuan.
  • We welcome foreign investments in China.
  • China will add 13 million new jobs this year.
  • The public debt of the government can be controlled.

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