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Chinese premier wins backing over South China Sea at ASEM Summit


In Mongolia over the weekend, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's effort to promote China's stance on the South China Sea issue received broad support during the 11th Asian-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Summit.

South China Sea arbitration award has no impact on China's territorial sovereignty: Chinese premier


Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said Saturday that the South China Sea arbitration award will have no impact whatsoever on China's territorial sovereignty and maritime rights and interests in the South China Sea.

Li's visit gears up China, Mongolia for closer partnership


Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrived in Ulan Bator on Wednesday to pay an official visit to Mongolia, in a fresh bid to further consolidate mutual trust and boost bilateral cooperation between the two neighboring Asian countries.

Chinese premier arrives in Mongolia for official visit, Asia-Europe summit


Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrived here Wednesday for an official visit to Mongolia and the 11th Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) summit.

China wants to see prosperous, stable EU, Britain: Xi


President Xi Jinping said here on Tuesday that China will not change its policy of support for European integration and is glad to see a prosperous and stable EU as well as a prosperous and stable Britain.

President Xi says China rejects any proposition, action based on S. China Sea arbitration award


Chinese President Xi Jinping said China will not accept any proposition or action based on the decision Tuesday by the South China Sea arbitral tribunal.

China committed to solving maritime disputes via dialogue with countries directly concerned: premier


China is committed to solving maritime disputes through dialogue and negotiation with countries directly concerned in line with international laws and on the basis of respecting historical facts, Premier Li Keqiang said Monday.

Official: Govt won't swerve on HK


The director of the State Council's Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office, Wang Guangya, said the central government will maintain the "One Country, Two Systems" principle unswervingly and will do nothing to jeopardize it.

Chinese premier expresses confidence in economy


Premier Li Keqiang denied the possibility of the Chinese economy suffering a hard landing when he addressed the Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2016, or Summer Davos, in Tianjin Monday.

China's economy will not face "hard landing": premier


Despite unavoidable short-term fluctuations in growth during transition, the Chinese economy will not suffer a "hard landing", Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday.