- In his Government Work Report to the Second Session of the National People's Congress on March 5, Premier Li Keqiang pledged to deepen reform so as to create a powerful impetus, and said that structural adjustments should be made a main priority and improving people's well-being be a fundamental goal.
- Following is the full text of the Report on the Work of the Government delivered by Premier Li Keqiang at the Second Session of the Twelfth National People's Congress on March 5, 2014 and adopted on March 13, 2014.
- Premier Li Keqiang's experiences decades ago in rural areas have shaped the reform philosophy he pursues today, which places people at the core.
- Premier Li Keqiang's first Government Work Report was given ringing endorsement by national lawmakers at the closing of the annual legislative session on Thursday, indicating a high degree of consensus has been reached to translate the reform-themed document into action.
- Premier Li Keqiang described the employment situation as his primary concern when he met the media on Thursday to wrap up the annual session of the national legislature.
- China's January and February economic data is no cause for optimism.
- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday vowed to make financial and fiscal reforms a priority in the country's overall reform agenda, but also promised to promote social fairness and people's livelihoods to bridge the widening wealth gap.
- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is hosting a press conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, March 13, 2014.
- China will spare no efforts in searching for flight MH 370 as human life is the top concern, Premier Li Keqiang said at a press conference today.
- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday said that his government will give a priority to the promotion of social fairness and the improvement of people's livelihood.
- China needs both tough measures and tough regulations to fight pollution, Premier Li Keqiang said Thursday.
+ MoreHighlights of the Sessions
- Fiscal, tax, financial reforms high on agenda
- Premier: GDP target flexible, stresses employment
- Premier Li calls for new progress in mainland-Taiwan ties
- China, U.S. should expand common interests: Premier Li
- China to better handle relations between govt, market
- Key resolutions to put for voting at NPC session