Reforms are on way, premier tells groups
China is ready to introduce more efforts toward reform and opening-up to achieve high-quality growth, and supply-side reforms will be further promoted in rural areas by nurturing new growth drivers, Premier Li Keqiang said on Sunday.
Li made the remarks while participating in a joint session of the elected members of the economy and agriculture groups of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, the top political advisory body.
It was the sixth consecutive year of Li’s participation in the joint group discussion with economy and agriculture groups of the CPPCC during the two sessions.
Seven members from the two groups shared with the premier their thoughts on further reducing institutional costs, deepening reform, realizing high-quality growth, further adjusting to the development of artificial intelligence technology and optimizing food security policies.
Under the leadership of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, with Xi Jinping as the core, China has achieved enormous economic growth over the past five years against a backdrop of international uncertainty and complexity, and has seen stable and improving economic