BEIJING - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Monday stressed efforts to consolidate the country's stable growth momentum and achieve sustainable economic development in the long term.
Li made the remarks while presiding over an executive meeting of the State Council.
China's economy continued to recover in the first two months of the year, according to the meeting, but the recovery remains uneven, with the service industry, small and micro businesses and the local economy still facing difficulties
The meeting distributed the work priorities set in this year's government work report to the relevant bodies of the State Council and local governments.
China's economy continued to recover in the first two months of the year, according to the meeting, but the recovery remains uneven, with the service industry, small and micro businesses and the local economy still facing difficulties.
To this end, the country will closely monitor changes in the world economic situation and their impact on China, conduct an in-depth analysis of new developments and problems, make timely pre-adjustments and fine-tune policies to stabilize market expectations.
China will guard against risks and consolidate the base of its economic recovery, said the meeting.
It urged efforts to ensure the implementation of its fiscal, financial and employment policies.
China's macro leverage ratio should be kept generally stable, while the government leverage ratio should be lowered, the meeting said.
Financial institutions should be guided to roll out measures targeting small and micro enterprises, with a view to making financing more convenient and reducing comprehensive financing costs, according to the meeting.
Efforts should also be made to accelerate the allocation and use of funds, such as investment in the central budget, transfer payments, and special local government bonds to shore up weak links like compulsory education and basic medical care.
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