Premier Li has encouraged Guangdong province to lead in introducing more Chinese brands and products to markets in developed economies such as the US and the EU.
In a rare move, the government released on Wednesday the full transcript of President Xi Jinping's remarks in support of private businesses during a panel discussion with political advisers last week.
A draft of China's first bill regulating charities was submitted to the national legislature on Wednesday, with lawmakers hoping it can give donors confidence to help the country meet its poverty alleviation targets.
The National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislature, has announced its major tasks for 2016, a crucial year in the journey toward a moderately prosperous society by 2020.
A blue print to set the development direction of the Yangtze River economic belt was jointly issued by three Chinese ministries on Wednesday.
Chinese top legislator Zhang Dejiang on Wednesday lauded enhanced legislation on the country's national security in the past year.
China will devote more effort to elevating the quality of consumer goods in the next five years, the country's quality watchdog chief said Wednesday.
Single men who cannot find wives are among the concerns of President Xi Jinping.
Around 700,000 fertility treatment surgeries are carried out in China every year, a top health and population official revealed on Tuesday.
Ideas and suggestions drawn from foreign experts, including Nobel Prize winners, were listened to before Premier Li Keqiang put his own touches to the final version of the annual Government Work Report.
Though its passport application process is simplified, Xinjiang will step up efforts with neighbors to prevent people from illegally crossing borders.
The pace of China's investment activities in Europe seems to be quickening, even as European investment remains stuck at historically below-average rates.