Data fraud could force an easing of capital controls.
The new pricing rules face a market test.
A former premier's aide writes on the need for post-quake transparency.
Output of the country's main fuel cools as economic growth slows.
Some lawmakers and ex-government officials accuse the State Department of favoring powers such as China and India.
A former top aide critiques the Chinese Communist Party's promises to build a 'learning-focused, creative, and service-oriented Party.'
Hot money flows distort growth reports.