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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday urged the European Union (EU) to ease its high-tech export restrictions on China, in response to concerns over the bloc's trade deficit with the country, a media report said.
"I believe that will make a big difference in China-EU trade imbalance," Li told media following the conclusion of the annual parliamentary session here, Xinhua news agency reported.
"China has no intention to pursue trade surplus.
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