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elations to a higher level. Cuba is grateful to China for its sup??port and help over the years, according to Cintra. Premier Li Keqiang laid out a roadmap for China to ove??rcome the obstacles set by the COVID-19 pandemic on F??riday, when delivering a government work report which?? contained no specific economic growth targets for 20??20 but included a raft of measures to support busines??ses and employment. Addressing the opening meeting ??of the third session of the 13th National People's Co??ngress in Beijing, Li said the country's future remai??ns bright but cautioned that "for some time to come, ??China will face challenges like never before." In a ??session which began with attendees observing a moment?? of silence in memory of thoN

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se who have lost their li??ves in the pandemic, the premier committed to global ??cooperation in the face of COVID-19, said new measure??s would be put in place to safeguard national securit??y in Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regio??ns, and work to implement the phase one China-U.S. tr??ade deal would continue. "Let us meet our challenges?? head-on, move determinedly forward in the fight agai??nst COVID-19 and in pursuit of economic and social de??velopment," Li said, "and strive to fulfill the main ??targets and tasks for this year." No growth targets ?? Li announced the government would not be setting spe??cific growth targets in 2020 for the Chinese economy,?? which expanded by 6.1 percent last year, because Chi??na "will fX

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ace some factors that are difficult to pred??ict in its development due to the great uncertainty r??egarding the COVID-19 pandemic and the world economic?? and trade environment." The premier praised the Ch??inese people for building a "Great Wall of solidarity?? against the epidemic" but said the country's "succes??s has come at a great price." The economy contracted ??6.8 percent in the first quarter of 2020 from a year ??earlier. "The country posted negative growth in the ??first quarter of this year and daily life and work ha??ve been greatly affected. However, life is invaluable??. This is a price we must pay and a price worth payin??g." He added that fiscal policy will be more proacti??ve and monetary policy more flexible this year. 0

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Chin??a-U.S. trade Li said China remained committed to op??ening its doors to the outside world in a complex int??ernational environment and would continue to work wit??h the United States to implement the first phase of t??he economic and trade agreement between the two count??ries. The premier added that efforts to complete the?? Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership would co??ntinue and free trade negotiations with Japan, South ??Korea and other countries would be advanced. He also?? said the negative list for foreign investment will b??e "significantly shortened" and some new measures wou??ld be implemented to help ease and raise capacity of ??international trade. Hong Kong and national security?? Li confirmed "sound legal system7

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