The government promises eased rules for automakers and financial services.
Bao Tong, former top aide to late ousted premier Zhao Ziyang, pens a polemic against Chinese President Xi Jinping's signature ideology.
The penalties so far pose minimal threat to the country’s growth, China experts say.
The entire purpose of the constitution is to provide legal meaning, which makes a nonsense of its references to political ideologies, a former top Communist Party aide argues.
Uneven regulation leaves overseas investment in doubt.
Bao Tong says term limits for the top leader is "the acid test for telling the difference between a monarchy and a republic."
A reported takeover of CEFC China Energy could stall a Rosneft share sale.