Chinese Premier Holds Meeting to Revive Economy

Don Ma
By Don Ma
May 27, 2022NTD Business

High-level Chinese officials are taking notice of China’s weak economy. Chinese premier Li Keqiang held an emergency meeting to try to correct the course.

With More than 100,000  participants at the meeting, the Chinese premier ordered that new policies to stabilize the economy must be drafted before the end of May.

But can China have a zero-COVID-19 policy and a strong economy at the same time?

NTD speaks to Frank Gaffney, Executive Chairman of the Center for Security Policy, and David Zhang host of The Epoch Times’ China Insider.

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