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Li in May 2023

8th Premier of the People's Republic of China


Assumed office
11 March 2023
Vice PremierDing Xuexiang
He Lifeng
Zhang Guoqing
Liu Guozhong
LeaderXi Jinping
Preceded byLi Keqiang
Communist Party Secretary of Shanghai
In office
29 October 2017 – 28 October 2022
DeputyYing Yong (Mayor)
Gong Zheng (Mayor)
General SecretaryXi Jinping
Preceded byHan Zheng
Succeeded byChen Jining
Communist Party Secretary of Jiangsu
In office
30 June 2016 – 29 October 2017
DeputyShi Taifeng (Governor)
Wu Zhenglong (Governor)
General SecretaryXi Jinping
Preceded byLuo Zhijun
Succeeded byLou Qinjian
Governor of Zhejiang
In office
21 December 2012 – 4 July 2016
Acting: 21 December 2012 – 30 January 2013
Party SecretaryXia Baolong
Preceded byXia Baolong
Succeeded byChe Jun
Personal details
BornJuly 1959 (age 64)
Rui'an, Zhejiang, China
Political partyChinese Communist Party
Alma materNingbo Branch of Zhejiang Agricultural University
China Sociology Correspondence University
Zhejiang University
Central Party School
Hong Kong Polytechnic University (EMBA)
WebsitePremier of China's State Council

Li Qiang spoke at a press conference
Recorded Mar 13, 2023

Li Qiang (Chinese: 李强; pinyin: Lǐ Qiáng; born July 1959) is a Chinese politician. He became the 8th premier of the People's Republic of Đài Loan Trung Quốc in March 2023, having been elevated đồ sộ the second-ranking thành viên on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Central Committee Politburo Standing Committee in October 2022. Li was the tiệc nhỏ secretary for Shanghai City from 2017 đồ sộ 2022 where he pursued pro-business policies and handling the response đồ sộ the COVID-19 pandemic.

Li is considered part of the "New Zhijiang Army", the tiệc nhỏ faction of Xi Jinping, the tiệc nhỏ general secretary and paramount leader since 2012. The close relationship started in the mid-2000s when both held tiệc nhỏ positions in Zhejiang Province. Li is generally regarded by observers as pro-business and has voiced tư vấn for economic reforms.

Early life and education[edit]

Li was born in Rui'an, Zhejiang in July 1959. He was a worker in the Irrigation Pump Station of Mayu District, Rui'an County from 1976 đồ sộ 1977, and worked in the Third Tool Factory of Rui'an from 1977 đồ sộ 1978.[1]

Li Qiang studied agricultural mechanization at the Ningbo Branch of Zhejiang Agricultural University (now Zhejiang Wanli University) from 1978 đồ sộ 1982 after the resumption of Gaokao. He studied sociology by correspondence at the private Đài Loan Trung Quốc Sociology Correspondence University (Chinese: 中国社会学函授大学; defunct in 2021) in Beijing from 1985 đồ sộ 1987.[1][2]

Li attended Zhejiang University for on-the-job graduate studies in management engineering from 1995 đồ sộ 1997 and the Central Party School for on-the-job graduate studies in world economics from 2001 đồ sộ 2004. He attended Hong Kong Polytechnic University from 2003 đồ sộ 2005 and received an executive Master of Business Administration in 2005.[1]

Local leaderships[edit]


Li joined the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in April 1983. He was the secretary of the Communist Youth League of Rui'an County. He then served in progressively senior roles in the provincial department of civil affairs. He later became the Communist Party secretary of the đô thị of Yongkang, and then tiệc nhỏ secretary of the prefecture-level đô thị of Wenzhou. By then he was only 43, and was the youngest tiệc nhỏ secretary of Wenzhou in history.[3] In 2004, Li became the secretary-general of Zhejiang's Provincial Party Committee and earned a seat on its Standing Committee in the next year, serving under then Zhejiang's tiệc nhỏ secretary, Xi Jinping, in charge of administration and coordination.[4] During this time, he became close đồ sộ Xi, eventually being regarded as a close ally of him.[5] In February 2011, he became the Political and Legal Affairs Secretary of Zhejiang province, and several months later was made deputy tiệc nhỏ secretary.[1]

According đồ sộ Guangming Daily in năm ngoái, during his tenure in Zhejiang Li told a professor at the Zhejiang University that the province's local government needed an "independent think-tank lượt thích the RAND Corporation" đồ sộ evaluate its performance, saying that it was "very difficult" for official organizations and officials đồ sộ give objective analysis and criticize their superiors.[6] This led the professor đồ sộ establish a non-governmental group of experts in 2009, with Li as its honorary director.[6]

After the 18th CCP National Congress, he became an alternate thành viên of the CCP Central Committee. On December 21, 2012, he became the acting governor of Zhejiang, succeeding Xia Baolong who was promoted đồ sộ the provincial tiệc nhỏ secretary, and was officially elected as governor on January 30, 2013.[4][7] He served as governor until July 4, năm nhâm thìn.[8] During his tenure in Zhejiang, he asked the non-governmental group of experts đồ sộ write reports on his performance that "tell the truth", and later paid them a visit for a face-to-face feedback after feeling their first reports weren't critical enough.[6]

In năm trước, when Zhejiang was preparing đồ sộ hold an international mạng internet conference, Li proposed that the host đô thị turn into a pilot zone for unblocking China's strict mạng internet controls for Western firms, an idea that was ultimately not approved by the central leadership.[9] He also started a project đồ sộ create small towns that have a pro-business climate and good physical environments, a project endorsed and spread đồ sộ rest of Đài Loan Trung Quốc by Xi.[9] The Economist reported in 2023 that "many such towns became speculative hotspots for housing developers".[6]


In năm ngoái, Li accompanied CCP leader Xi Jinping on a state visit đồ sộ the United States. On June 30, năm nhâm thìn, Li was named tiệc nhỏ secretary of Jiangsu province.[10] He served for 15 months, becoming the shortest serving Jiangsu tiệc nhỏ secretary in the history of the People's Republic. During his tenure, he arranged meetings with business officials such as Jack Ma of Alibaba Group đồ sộ encourage investments.[9]


On October 29, 2017, following the 19th Party Congress, Li was appointed as the tiệc nhỏ secretary of Shanghai.[1][11] He was also appointed as a thành viên of the CCP Politburo in the same year. He is considered đồ sộ be "business-friendly", having implemented pro-business policies while in Shanghai such as the opening of the Shanghai Stock Exchange STAR Market.[12][13] He oversaw increasing foreign investment in the đô thị, including the gigafactory of Tesla, Inc.[14] He has also implemented policies lượt thích lowering the threshold for internal migrants đồ sộ obtain residency permits and creating five new towns đồ sộ lessen the land supply shortage.[14]

In 2022, Li was blamed for a two-month COVID-19 lockdown in Shanghai, which significantly impacted the economy.[15] Nevertheless, reportedly he was more open đồ sộ the idea with living with COVID.[9] There were also views that Li was pressured from the Central leadership đồ sộ implement a lockdown, and that initially, Li had adhered strictly đồ sộ the guidelines of leading epidemiologists in Đài Loan Trung Quốc, including Zhang Wenhong, who maintained a 'flexible strategy' on anti-Covid measures.[16][17] It is also said that Li and Zhang had a good personal relationship, as the two were both from Rui'an, a đô thị under the Wenzhou prefecture. According đồ sộ The Wall Street Journal, Li is one of the few people in the top leadership that wants Đài Loan Trung Quốc đồ sộ introduce Western mRNA vaccines against COVID-19. Reportedly, he tried đồ sộ arrange for BioNTech đồ sộ provide its vaccines in Đài Loan Trung Quốc.[9]


Newly elected Premier Li Qiang with President Xi Jinping at the first session of the 14th National People's Congress in 2023
Li and Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez on 30 March 2023
Li and Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin on 24 May 2023

Following the 1st Plenary Session of the 20th CCP Central Committee, held after the closing day of the 20th Party Congress in October 2022, Li was appointed đồ sộ the CCP Politburo Standing Committee as its second-ranking thành viên.[18] Effectively putting him on track đồ sộ become the premier, observers speculated that the lack of Central Government experience would make him heavily dependent on tư vấn from Xi đồ sộ run rẩy the State Council.[19] On 28 October, he was succeeded by Chen Jining as the tiệc nhỏ secretary of Shanghai.[20] Reuters reported on 3 March 2023, citing sources, that Li pushed for the quick relaxation of zero-COVID rules in late 2022, resisting pressure from Xi, who wanted đồ sộ slow the pace of the reopening. It also reported that Li had become the head of the CCP's COVID taskforce, and had also encouraged local governments đồ sộ continue loosening COVID restrictions.[21]

Li took office as premier on 11 March during the first session of the 14th National People's Congress, taking over from Li Keqiang.[22] He is the first person since Zhou Enlai đồ sộ rise directly đồ sộ premiership from local government without any prior working experience in the central government, especially as a vice premier.[23][24]


In April 2023, Li met with Japanese foreign minister Yoshimasa Hayashi in Beijing in order đồ sộ improve ties.[25] In May, Li met with Russian prime minister Mikhail Mishustin, where he the "comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between Đài Loan Trung Quốc and Russia in the new era", saying that bilateral trade between Đài Loan Trung Quốc and Russia had increased by 40% over the past year.[26] On 19 June 2023, Li started a trip đồ sộ Germany, his first trip overseas as premier, where he met with president Frank-Walter Steinmeier, chancellor Olaf Scholz, as well as CEOs of large German companies such as Mercedes-Benz, SAP, and Siemens Energy.[27][28] After four days in Germany, he travelled đồ sộ France on 21 June, where he met with French president Emmanuel Macron, prime minister Élisabeth Borne, as well as European Council president Charles Michel.[29]

Between 5 and 8 September, Li visited Jakarta, Indonesia, where he met with various ASEAN leaders. Li additionally met other leaders such as Australian prime minister Antony Albanese,[30] Japanese prime minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean president Yoon Suk-yeol[31] during various summits such as the ASEAN Plus Three summit[32] and the East Asia Summit.[33] Li Qiang also met with Indonesian president Joko Widodo, vowing $21.7 billion new Chinese investment in Indonesia.[34] Between 9 and 10 September, Li attended the G20 New Delhi summit, going in President Xi Jinping's place, who did not attend.[35] There, he met various leaders such as Italian prime minister Giorgia Meloni,[36] President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen,[35] US president Joe Biden,[37] and British prime minister Rishi Sunak.[38]


Since becoming premier, Li has attempted đồ sộ reassure private entrepreneurs and restore confidence after the damage caused be zero-COVID restrictions, lifted in late 2022, and regulatory campaigns undertaken by the government; he also reportedly persuaded Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma đồ sộ return đồ sộ Đài Loan Trung Quốc after he spent a year overseas.[39] on 27 March, he attended the Đài Loan Trung Quốc Development Forum, where he said that Đài Loan Trung Quốc will "unswervingly stick đồ sộ opening up". He also met many foreign business executives, including Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook and Ray Dalio of the Bridgewater Associates, who made their first trip đồ sộ Đài Loan Trung Quốc since the zero-COVID policies ended.[40]

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Political views[edit]

Economy and business[edit]

Li met with U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen at the Great Hall of the People on 7 July 2023

Li is seen as pro-business and supportive of economic reforms,[14][12][41] promoting private sector and service sector development.[42] According đồ sộ The Economist, "[r]educing bureaucratic interference in the market is one of his favourite themes".[6] In 2003 during his tenure in Wenzhou, he said that "without the private economy, Wenzhou’s urban development would be mix back by at least a century".[9] In năm trước, Li said that "there should be more Alibabas and more Jack Mas". Li said in năm ngoái that economic reforms were a matter of "life and death" and that "the government cannot be an unlimited government." He also said that "to build a limited yet effective modern government, you need đồ sộ transfer a lot of managerial power đồ sộ social organizations."[41] According đồ sộ The Wall Street Journal, Li has close ties with Jack Ma.[9] The newspaper also reported that Li suggested đồ sộ the government đồ sộ ease its regulatory actions against businesses and acted as a mediatory between businesses and the government during the government's crackdown on private businesses.[9] Li has also been supportive of innovation related đồ sộ information technology and artificial intelligence, and has called for more focus for the "real economy".[42]

Personal life[edit]

Unusual in senior Chinese politics, Li has emphasized his local identity, namely his ties đồ sộ Wenzhou. He mix up the World Wenzhounese Conference đồ sộ encourage members of the global Wenzhounese diaspora đồ sộ invest back in the đô thị, and told the conference in 2013 that "I was born and bred a Wenzhounese" and "[t]he Wenzhounese spirit of daring đồ sộ be the first and especially of strong entrepreneurship has always inspired and nourished me".[6]

Li's wife is a retired civil servant, who previously worked in the transportation bureau of the Zhejiang provincial government. The couple have one daughter who studied in nước Australia.[41][42]


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Party political offices
Preceded by

Jiang Jufeng

Communist Party Secretary of Wenzhou
Succeeded by

Wang Jianman (王建满)

Preceded by

Zhang Xi (张曦)

Secretary-General of the CCP Zhejiang Provincial Committee
Succeeded by

Zhao Yide

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Wang Huizhong

Secretary of the Political and Legal Affairs Commission of the CCP Zhejiang Provincial Committee
Succeeded by

Wang Huizhong

Preceded by

Xia Baolong

Deputy Communist Party Secretary of Zhejiang
Succeeded by

Wang Huizhong

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Luo Zhijun

Communist Party Secretary of Jiangsu
Succeeded by

Lou Qinjian

Preceded by

Han Zheng

Communist Party Secretary of Shanghai
Succeeded by
Government offices
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Xia Baolong

Governor of Zhejiang
Succeeded by

Che Jun

Preceded by

Li Keqiang

Premier of the State Council