China to further open up under economic pattern of ‘dual circulation’

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    China’s economic development pattern of “dual circulation” emphasizes both domestic and foreign market, which means the country will continue to proactively open up to the world and make China an important destination for foreign investment, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told reporters at a virtual press conference after the conclusion of the fourth session of the 13th National People’s Congress on Thursday afternoon. #DualCirculation

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