Li Keqiang: Within two years, the basic abolition of high-speed provincial toll stations should be realized ahead of schedule.

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 Li Keqiang: Within two years, the basic abolition of high-speed provincial toll stations should be realized ahead of schedule.


The second session of the 13th National Peoples Congress closed on the morning of March 15. Premier Li Keqiang of the State Council met with Chinese and foreign journalists in the Great Hall of the People. Li Keqiang, referring to the solution of the blockage point of consumption, said that mobile network traffic charges would fall by another 20% this year, for which several major operators would make a profit of 180 billion yuan.

On March 15, Premier Li Keqiang of the State Council met with Chinese and foreign journalists in the Great Hall of the People. Photographer/Beijing News Reporter Peng Ziyang

Li Keqiang said that for some time, Chinas consumption growth has slowed down. Consumption and peoples livelihood are two sides of the coin, which need reasonable investment scale and consumption growth. At present, there are indeed some blockages and obstacles in consumption that need to be solved, which is conducive to consumption and improving peoples livelihood.

This years report on the work of the government proposed that provincial toll stations on expressways should be basically abolished within two years. Li Keqiang said that this is conducive to solving congestion problems, but also conducive to the development of many industries, We also require relevant departments to achieve ahead of time.

Li Keqiang introduced that in terms of network speed-up and fee reduction, mobile network traffic charges will be reduced by an average of 20% this year. To this end, several major operators must make profits of 180 billion yuan, while avoiding the unknown consumption of packages, so that enterprises can improve their services. In addition, industrial and commercial enterprises will benefit from another 10% reduction in industrial and commercial electricity prices this year.