BEIJING — China’s new central leaders will focus on paring back government spending and red tape, tamping down corruption and maintaining economic growth while improving wages and closing a widening income gap, the new Chinese premier pledged on Sunday.
In his first meeting with the press, newly installed Premier Li Keqiang said the government’s priorities during the next few years will lie in tackling critical fiscal issues, particularly widespread government corruption and overspending in government.
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