Central Asia's 'Line D' project may be delayed past 2022.
Government support for manufacturing raises generating costs.
State-owned companies face pressure from pipeline merger plan.
Student leaders, understandably, got most of the media attention, but the “laobaixing,” or ordinary people, deserved equal recognition as things played out.
Investment growth fades, risking long-term effects.
Beijing's polar ambitions draw fire from Washington.
Analysts cite high costs and development risks.
Overproduction threatens to flood market despite capacity cuts.
Russia's Gazprom renews imports from China's major supplier.
Policy differences are blamed for lengthy import delays.
Place “below Russia and even war-torn Libya” puzzles observers at a time of growing personal wealth and national prestige.
The government floods economy with loans to buoy GDP.
A British newspaper noted that endangered pangolins “lack the celebrity status of elephants, rhinos, and tigers.”
A boost for the economy raises environmental concerns.
This year's decline in investment is at odds with China's Belt and Road push.
The government has ordered more spending to halt production decline.
Overfishing, warming waters, China's appetite for endangered sharks drive threats.
Official figures show growth rate more than doubled last year.
The government slashes electricity rates to boost economic growth.
The government would create a new pipeline monopoly.
Heavy losses are predicted for surplus power plants.
Hawaii might now offer a model for how to protect green sea turtles.
Industries are facing producer price declines.
The government delays and denies reports of shortages from Turkmenistan.
Climate experts await missing data on growth of coal consumption.
Doubts about official statistics cloud the government's economic decisions.
Aggressive fishing fleets and pushy diplomats from China cause local concerns.
Coal-fired power projects undercut ‘Green BRI’ claims.
Countries in the massive scheme struggle with debt and corruption as environmental concerns arise.
Meaningful protections require fundamental change, experts say.