15 September 2016 at 1:47 GMT
South China Morning Post
China Premier Li Keqiang will make his first trip outside Asia in more than a year as economic worries at home ease. Kristin Huang writes that Li was due to attend the 71st session of the United Nations General Assembly and pay official visits to Canada and Cuba from September 18-28, the foreign ministry said yesterday. Li stayed home for about eight months as economic growth slowed, and the country’s stock markets and yuan exchange rate swung wildly late last year and early this year. Li visited Mongolia in July and Laos earlier this month.
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