Government policies disrupt energy supplies.
China faces international checks on carbon curbs.
China's price curbs on coal are unlikely to work, experts say.
Inflation may boost China's energy efficiency claims.
The struggle to control prices has led to finger-pointing at the United States, economists say.
Power curbs lead to diesel shortages as businesses rely on generators to avoid shutdowns.
China's fuel subsidies contribute to world climate woes, energy analysis says.
By halting exports to Japan of the high-tech materials, China may have shot itself in the foot.
Amid a last-minute drive to fulfill its five-year energy plan, Beijing is debating new targets for 2020.
Trade pressures on China will persist after U.S. elections, analysts say.
Reports of random blackouts mar China's energy efficiency campaign.
Global warming negotiations in China make little progress as nations differ over carbon cuts.
China hikes gas prices, citing "huge losses" on Central Asian imports.
While denying currency manipulation, China has responded to criticism by allowing the yuan to rise to new highs.
China will pursue its long-term interests with Japan despite border incident, experts say.
China is unlikely to cap coal output in the next five years, analysts say.
After years of rapid growth, China is examining production limits on coal.
Chinese city dwellers may face new income and property taxes to curb income inequality.
Economic growth has helped China modernize its military, the Pentagon says.
China has vowed to close inefficient factories, but new development may cause more energy waste.
China struggles to control wage fever following a real estate boom.
Officials call the claim that China is the world's biggest energy consumer 'inaccurate.'
A wave of fatalities in China's coal industry prompts stepped-up scrutiny.
A price freeze on coal raises new questions.
A U.S. plan to merge export control agencies may lead to debate over China curbs.
Popular subsidy program boosts sales but wastes power, analysts say.
China is likely to let its currency rise slowly under new reform, experts say.
China has deferred to Russia on the crisis in Kyrgyzstan.
China's military appears to be pursuing its own course on U.S. contacts, analysts say.
Beijing tries to boost development in China's western region before the anniversary of riots in Urumqi.