BEIJING — Delivering his last state of the union-style address as prime minister on Tuesday, Wen Jiabao touted China’s rapid economic growth over the past decade but urged the country’s new leadership team to shift its focus to improving the quality of Chinese people’s lives.
“We must make ensuring and improving people’s well-being the starting point and goal of all the government’s work, give a higher priority to it, and strive to strengthen social development,” said Wen, addressing the opening of the National People’s Congress.
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