State pipeline monopoly buys assets in high-priced deals.
The largest cat living in the Americas today is threatened by illegal hunting, deforestation, and the loss of wild prey.
Buying binge may signal preparation for transit disruption.
State-owned power companies have suspended daily consumption reports, frustrating forecasters.
Rising shares of industrial goods and medical gear spark concern over political goals.
A Harvard study says that India has “key under-appreciated conventional advantages that reduce its vulnerability to Chinese threats and attacks.”
China is likely to be wary of Gazprom's ambitious expansion plans.
Taiwan’s success is considered by some to be all the more remarkable given its location relatively close to China.
Polluting projects in BRI countries should be regulated by law, advocates say.
COVID-19 epidemic resulted in higher domestic demand for coal.
The provinces respond to a government focus on ‘new infrastructure’ with huge spending plans.
Oil production and pipeline plans stall while crude imports soar.
Bao Tong on the memoir of the former Surgeon General of Chinese People's Voluntary Army during the Korean War.
Vietnam has ranked as one of the worst performing countries in Asia in terms of policies and laws designed to protect animals.
The government omits efficiency target for 2020 after falling short of its mark in 2019.
The government sets no economic growth goal for the first time in nearly two decades, citing uncertainty.
Nascent efforts to boost recycling of plastic trash were supposed to be rolled out in May, while COVID-19 lockdown policies boosted the use of plastic containers in food delivery.
Regional suppliers hold talks to share shortfall as demand declines.
Doing nothing but praising the Emperor is just deception, causing the Emperor to live in a state of euphoria or in his own pipedream.
Falling prices may sap profits and delay investments.
A record decline in greenhouse gas could be followed by a larger increase as the economy rebounds, energy experts warn.
The cost of supplies from Russia's new Power of Siberia pipeline may be more than double the prices charged in European markets.
By pursuing the truth, journalism stands in the way of the Chinese Communist Party and authoritarian rulers in other countries deceiving their publics over their handling of COVID-19.
China’s lack of transparency would have prompted Vietnamese leaders to task various intelligence agencies and officials in China to give priority to collecting information on the coronavirus.
Economic uncertainty and storage limits will curb oil demand growth, experts say.
Anti-pollution activists warn against new wave of coal-fired power plants.
As Vietnam began to control the spread of COVID-19 domestically, it looked outward and initiated in own form of ‘face mask’ diplomacy.
Communist Party pledge to double GDP in a decade spurs back-to-work drive.
China’s quest for food security runs counter to its environmental pledges while Brazil has shredded its forestry policies.
State-owned companies cut their budgets as suppliers wage a price war.