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Li Keqiang: China supports the expansion of the ASEAN Travel Corridor to 10+3 in an effort to smooth the regional economic cycle | Reuters

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Reuters, Beijing, October 27-Chinese Premier Li Keqiang attended a video conference attended by leaders of ASEAN countries, South Korean President Moon Jae-in, and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Wednesday, saying that to strengthen East Asian industrial cooperation, China supports the expansion of the ASEAN Travel Corridor to 10+ 3 Scope, strive to unblock the regional economic cycle.

The Voice of China report quoted Li Keqiang as saying that to promote the development of the digital economy in East Asia, China will hold a 10+3 young scientist forum to strengthen exchanges with all parties on cyberspace governance, digital governance, and network security. Improve public health governance, speed up the construction of the 10+3 emergency medical material reserve center, and support the statement on cooperation on the mental health of adolescents and children.

“Deepen regional economic integration, step up efforts to promote the early entry into force of the regional comprehensive economic partnership agreement, and create a higher level of integration.” Li Keqiang suggested.

He pointed out that to stimulate the vitality of financial cooperation, welcome the Chiang Mai initiative multilateralization agreement and special amendments to take effect, and support the expansion of the 10+3 macroeconomic research office functions. Promote green and sustainable growth. On the basis of ensuring energy security, promote the transformation of energy consumption to green and low-carbon, increase the emergency reserve mechanism for 10+3 rice, support and invest in investment, and maintain regional food security.

At the invitation of the Sultan Hassanal of Brunei, the rotating ASEAN chairmanship, Premier Li Keqiang attended the 24th China-ASEAN Leaders’ Meeting, the 24th ASEAN and China, Japan and South Korea Leaders’ Meeting and the 16th from October 26 to 27. East Asia Summit. (over)

Send manuscript by Shen Yan; reviewer Wu Yunling

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