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China says will further open up its economy, slams rising protectionism

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday Beijing will further open up its economy in the face of rising protectionism, as he headed for meetings with Asia-Pacific leaders in Singapore that are expected to focus on trade tensions.

China calls for open world economy but work remains on landmark trade pact

China will further open its economy in the face of rising protectionism, Premier Li Keqiang said as he arrived in Singapore on Monday for meetings with Asia-Pacific leaders that will focus on speeding up work on a major new trade pact.

China's prime minister says Beijing will further open its economy, slams rising protectionism

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday Beijing will further open up its economy in the face of rising protectionism, as he headed for meetings with Asia-Pacific leaders in Singapore that are expected to focus on trade tensions.

Li Keqiang underlines China’s ‘opening up’ vow as Pacific leaders meet in Singapore

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang repeated Beijing’s promise to further open up its economy in the face of rising protectionism, as he headed to Singapore on Monday for meetings with Asia-Pacific leaders that are expected to focus on trade…

China says will further open up its economy, slams rising protectionism

Li#39;s remarks in an article in Singapore#39;s Straits Times newspaper, ahead of his arrival in the city-state later in the day, came as Singapore#39;s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong called for more regional integration, saying…

China says will further open up its economy, slams rising protectionism

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang did not directly refer to China`s bruising trade war with the United States.

China says will further open up its economy, slams rising protectionism

“China has opened its door to the world; we will never close it but open it even wider,” Mr. Li said in the article, in which he called for an “open world economy” in the face of “rising protectionism and unilateralism”.

China Says Will Further Open up Its Economy, Slams Rising Protectionism

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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday Beijing will further open up its economy in the face of rising protectionism, as he headed for meetings with Asia-Pacific leaders in Singapore that are expected to focus on…

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