The privately held firm CEFC China Energy Company Ltd. invests in closer energy ties.
Government continues to pursue high-growth goals.
Beijing tries to steer more capital into support for government projects amid concerns over outflow.
Industry emissions estimates have faced delays, in part due to concerns over the quality and opacity of reporting data.
Official reports spin results as growth slows.
A crackdown intensifies as political stakes rise.
Central Asia may suffer from a gas glut.
Data gaps leave regulators in the dark.
Infrastructure initiative relies on construction deals.
Environmentalists call for blacklisting companies.
The official data contradicts claims of success.
A government plan calls for doubling pipeline deliveries next year.
Enforcement could mark a turning point for the country's environmental goals.
Debate rages over export of industrial overcapacity.
Pledges mount along with economic risks.
Experts see little change in state controls.
Inspectors find emissions violations at two-thirds of companies.
A capacity glut defies government claims.
New regulations could stifle growth.
The government’s policy ignores security implications.
A surge in unregulated lending triggers alarm.
Steel and heavy industry provide GDP boost.
The investment rush leads to arrests.
The government calls for industrial cuts.
Overseas investments may defy rules.
The government fears law could threaten stability.
Experts question official coal data.
A pipeline through Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan has been postponed "indefinitely."
A crackdown on "crocodiles" signals a regulatory shift.
Local violators resist environmental controls.