Chinese Premier Li Keqiang gestures during a press conference after the closing of the fifth Session of the 12th National People's Congress.
HONG KONG — Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said Wednesday he did not want to see a trade war with the U.S. and believed there were "bright prospects" between the two world powers.
The top official was speaking at the close of the fifth session of the National People's Congress during which he addressed a number of hot button topics, including national GDP growth and free trade policy.
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