Foresight 2023: Consumption, domestic demand top priorities for China

Editor's note: As part of our special coverage on the 2023 Two Sessions, CGTN is launching a special series called Foresight 2023 to help you better understand the state of the Chinese economy. We talked to several chief economists of leading financial institutions to get their perceptions on the country's growth, trade, investment, and development prospects. 

Chinese Premier Li Qiang outlines his government’s priorities to the media in his customary media briefing after the closing of the first session of the 14th National People's Congress on Monday. Raymond Yeung, Chief Economist for Greater China at ANZ, told CGTN in an interview that with the global economy still facing uncertainties, expanding domestic demand and boosting consumption will be top priorities for China this year.

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