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China’s new finance minister pledges to push fiscal reforms

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China's new finance minister pledges to push fiscal reformsChina’s new finance minister pledges to push fiscal reforms

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s new finance minister on Sunday vowed to push forward fiscal reforms to support the government’s goal of high-quality growth, with a focus on budget management and tax reforms.

Liu Kun made the comments at the China Development Forum in Beijing, in his first public speech since being appointed finance minister this month.

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