China’s forgotten prime minister emerges from the shadow of Xi Jinping as economic solver

President for many years Xi Jinping The prime minister, the second most powerful politician in China, has been ousted. Li Keqiang. Now, Mr. Li is re-emerging in his own power a potential balance in the Chinese government that hasn’t been seen in nearly a decade.

As China faces its worst economic crisis in recent years, Li is pressing China’s authoritarian leaders to move away from Western capitalism and withdraw several measures that have contributed to the country’s economic downturn, government officials and advisers said. in decision making.


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