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President Xi Jinping, left, and Premier Li Keqiang attend the closing ceremony of the National People's Congress in Beijing on March 15.

China's Li steers clear of friction with Washington

Premier stresses diplomatic, economic stability ahead of leadership reshuffle

ISSAKU HARADA, Nikkei staff writer | China

BEIJING -- Premier Li Keqiang's measured words on China-U.S. relations after the closing of the annual congressional session suggest Beijing seeks to avoid rocking the boat ahead of a change in party leadership this year.

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