Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met with business representatives on the sidelines of the Boao Forum for Asia to get their views on pressing concerns, particularly China's cooperation with other countries. Key topics included pharmaceuticals, U.S.-China relations, as well as new technologies and alternative energy. Participants said they are impressed by the Chinese government's decision to further open up. Representatives from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce expressed their stance against tariffs, and said they hope China and the U.S. could come to a deal that works for both parties. Premier Li said the two countries have achieved more than expected in the past 40 years and should try to work together now more than ever.

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