The government has put in place a dual-purpose plan to protect oil companies and the environment.
Plunging energy prices devalue huge deal of strategic and political importance for Beijing and Moscow.
Beijing's crisis responses raise investment fears as many steps are seen as doing more harm than good.
China adds even more polluting plants despite the country's present power glut.
Provincial data fraud may point to negative growth, experts say.
China's state petroleum monopoly faces pressure after years of losses on imported gas.
The government pegs its hopes on the country's service sector.
Leading emitter joins global accord as it drives development abroad.
Producer losses raise policy risks of scheme to promote use of cleaner fuel.
Shanghai charges seen as cover for slow reforms.
Country seen as biggest carbon emitter for decades.
Pressure rises for power price cuts.
Border risks could affect energy flows.
Targets seen as relic of command economy.
A new five-year plan may cap generating capacity, though demand for power continues to grow.
Experts clash over real rate of growth.
Program seeks private investment under state control.
Policymakers seek clarity on economy.
Pressure on government rises as economy slows.
Markets unconvinced as indicators sag despite positive official spin efforts.
Experts debate effect on exports.
Demand in doubt as economy wanes.
Government keeps control but loses trust.
Devaluation raises the risk of a new stimulus plan.
Growth of electricity use is slowest in 30 years.
Corporate debt is flagged as a rising risk.
Mammoth plan to reduce traffic congestion, pollution spurs shift to suburbs.
Contracts at risk as China seeks to revise big import deals in face of rising gas glut.
The country's stock market crisis mars its image abroad.
Chinese consumers are pulling back while foreign markets are slow to grow.