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Li Keqiang, former Chinese premier who helped shape economic policy, dies at 68

Li Keqiang, former Chinese premier who helped shape economic policy, dies at 68

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Former Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang died Friday of heart failure, state media said. He was 68 years old.

Li, who served as prime minister for a decade until March, was in Shanghai when he suffered a sudden heart attack on Thursday, the official Xinhua news agency said in a brief report.

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