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Full Text: Report on the Work of the Government

Following is the full text of the Report on the Work of the Government delivered by Premier Li Keqiang at the Fifth Session of the 12th National People's Congress on March 5, 2017 and adopted on March 15, 2017.

China begins equipment installation on homegrown aircraft carrier

The major construction and design work of China's second aircraft carrier has been completed, bringing the country one step closer to establishing its own carrier fleet, according to a PLA authority.

China to reduce army reserves as part of military reform

China will reduce its army reserve while increasing reserves for other services, said a senior officer of the country's national defense mobilization department on Wednesday.

Real economy, SOEs crucial for development of NE province: Xi

Chinese President Xi Jinping said Tuesday that the northeastern province of Liaoning must depend on the real economy to realize rejuvenation, stressing the leading role of state-owned companies.

PLA generals resolved to build strong armed forces

China's senior military officials have, during the ongoing parliamentary session, voiced their resolve to strengthen military building while safeguarding Xi Jinping's core status.

President Xi says China's open door will not close

President Xi Jinping said Sunday that China will stick to the all-round opening-up policy, and continue to liberalize and facilitate trade and investment.

"China's aircraft carrier isn't a 'paper tiger', but will play a significant role in safeguarding its maritime rights and interests, " Rear Adm. Yin Zhuo said in a recent TV interview.

The building of China's second aircraft carrier is in good shape as the hull blocks have been joined in the dock, said a senior navy official.

The 7% military budget increase in 2017 will be used to support the national defense and military reform, update equipment, improve the training and living environment of grassroot-level troops and so on.

China values freedom and safety of navigation in the South China Sea more than any other country, a spokesperson for the top political advisory body said Thursday.

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