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Premier Li Keqiang called on China’s 11 pilot free trade zones to improve market management, including the negative list for market access and internet-related services, to build a better business environment and stimulate market vitality.
Li made the comment during a two-day inspection in Hubei province that ended on Tuesday.
On Monday, he presided over a meeting in Wuhan, Hubei’s capital, focusing on pilot free trade zones. Li called on the zones to build a modern economic system and promote higher-quality development, as stipulated by the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, which concluded in October.
The free trade zones have made a lot of progress promoting new growth momentum in the past few years by adhering to improving government services and streamlining administration, the premier said at the meeting.