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China is 'deeply' worried about Ukraine crisis, Premier Li Keqiang says

BEIJING — China is "deeply" worried about the crisis in Ukraine, Premier Li Keqiang said Friday, warning that sanctions will hurt global growth. "On Ukraine, indeed the current situation there is grave, and China is deeply concerned and grieved," Li said in Mandarin, according to an official translation. The...
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Remarks by World Bank Group President David Malpass at China’s 1+6 Roundtable with Premier Li Keqiang – 2021

Premier Li Keqiang, colleagues from international organizations, and everyone here today. I’m very pleased to see all of you and want to thank Premier Li for hosting this virtual meeting. We meet today under troubling circumstances for development. People in many countries are facing hunger, violence, and political fragility. Refugees...
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US-China Relations: Premier Li Keqiang Tells American Firms There Is Room For Cooperation, Despite Frosty Diplomatic Ties

China has assured American multinationals at two separate high-level meetings there are opportunities for mutually beneficial cooperation, despite the frosty bilateral relationship between Washington and Beijing. At a virtual meeting on Tuesday with senior executives from more than 20 US firms including Boeing, Honeywell, Qualcomm, General Motors, Pfizer, Abbott, Corning...
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