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Li says China on track to meet growth goals; vows free trade support

China Premier echoes President Xi's defence of globalisation at earlier WEF meet

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, delivering his opening speech at the World Economic Forum in Dalian, China. Mr Li said the way forward was to strengthen global trade rules and institutions, take account of problems being felt by trading partners and avoid a blame game.

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PREMIER Li Keqiang said China remains on track to meet its main economic goals for this year while warning of rising geopolitical risk and threats to the global upswing.

Anti-globalisation voices are emerging and world geopolitical risks are increasing, Mr Li told officials

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