Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang said Monday he plans to deepen reform efforts and push for a further opening up of the economy, noting that the country is at a crucial junction in its growth. 
 
"Faced with the profound changes in international and domestic landscapes, we must let reforms and opening-up continue to lead the way in removing the institutional obstacles that hamper the shift of the growth model," the state-run Xinhua news Agency cited Li as saying at a financial forum on the southern Chinese island of Hainan. 
 
Li said reforms would be focused on areas involving taxation, finance and income distribution in addition to fiscal issues and other changes at the corporate level.
 
 
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