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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told his government to better coordinate the commodities markets and track changes in both external and internal conditions to manage excessive price gains and impacts, Xinhua News Agency reported. Li requested monetary policies to be coordinated with other departments to ensure the stability of the economy, Xinhua said. The government also supports issuing at least CNY300 billion special bonds to boost small business lending and requests that the five large state-owned lenders boost microlending by 30%, Xinhua said.