Li Keqiang admitted during a speech in Shenzhen that China is facing significant economic challenges. In the second quarter, the country had to fight “shocks beyond expectations,” China’s premier said at a meeting with local government representatives in the southern Chinese metropolis of Shenzhen. “Now is the most critical moment for economic recovery,” Li added.
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