The investment breaks aimed at averting US tariffs fell short of demands, economists say.
Government planners face challenges on gas, oil, power, and coal.
The industry sends mixed signals on capacity cuts.
The country’s lending policies leave investors in doubt.
Experts see an intensification of the Communist Party's "United Front" tactics targeted at Taiwan's democracy.
Uncertainty complicates climate forecasts.
Local superstitions ascribe medicinal properties to obscure scaly anteater, whose meat is also a delicacy.
Stand-in for CEFC China Energy Company Ltd. fails to materialize in Rosneft share sale.
Heavy investment is needed to avert seasonal shortages.
Rhino horn remains popular as a medicinal remedy, especially in Vietnam, while elephants are now killed for their skin.
The smartphone maker says penalty may impact 'survival.'
A veteran political commentator hits out at concerted attempts by Hong Kong and Chinese officials to smear law professor and democracy campaigner Benny Tai.
The government promises eased rules for automakers and financial services.
Doubts about Russian oil deal shake confidence in China's commitments.
Sand dredging has damaged the environment in Cambodia and Vietnam by disrupting sediment flows and fishing grounds.
The government claims air quality gains despite increased coal use.
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.
Some see signs Thailand is listening to experts who say it doesn’t need the power and who warn of river fisheries devastation.
Hanoi is likely to tread cautiously in military ties with Washington, wary of antagonizing fellow communist one-party state China.
Heavy investment overseas is doing little to stem supply risks.
Activist Chen Guangcheng describes how he was "forced to believe that this most unwelcome news was true" about the death of his friend, Li Boguang.
Experts expect efforts to avoid a trade war.
China bears still in danger, while South Korea and Vietnam make progress in curbing abuse of bears for their bile.
Beijing says downsizing targets will be met ahead of schedule.
Cutbacks on coal are adding to the country's dependence on natural gas imports.