Passengers walk past a TV showing a live broadcasting of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang who speaks at a press conference after the closing session of the annual National People's Congress, at a subway station in Beijing Sunday, March 15, 2015. Li expressed determination Sunday to press ahead with reforms meant to reduce the Chinese government’s role in the economy in hopes of spurring growth despite what he acknowledged would be pain for “vested interests” that benefit from regulation. (AP Photo/Andy Wong) (The Associated Press)
Delegates leave the hall after the closing session of the annual National People's Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Sunday, March 15, 2015. China's national legislature endorsed government plans Sunday to reduce the country's annual economic growth target from 7.5 to 7 percent bef...
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