As the country's economy slows, the priority for the government is to keep its growth stable in order to prevent unemployment from rising.
Comprehensively building an overall well-off society is the key goal of the process, which is aimed at solving livelihood problems.
The slower growth target and the increasing emphasis on environmental protection show that Chinese policy-makers have adopted a more mature view on development, which will eventually benefit the world.
Urbanization, whether at home or abroad, should be carried out in a natural process.
While safety concerns need to be addressed, the first task should be to increase the number of taxis by letting go some of the controls.
China will tackle air pollution with tough punishments that will make the costs for those behind illegal production and emission "too high to bear", Premier Li Keqiang said on Sunday.
Premier Li Keqiang downplays "exaggeration" about economic strength, saying China, as a developing country, is not the world's largest economy.
Premier Li Keqiang answered 17 questions from Chinese and foreign media covering almost all areas, with the focus on economy and reform.
Premier Li Keqiang says he is determined to keep the reform process going, vowing to reduce more government power lists.
China hopes the Ukraine issue can be settled through dialogue, Premier Li Keqiang said on Sunday.