China censors pollution film debate

Beijing directs news outlets not to write about ‘Under the Dome’

China premier to unveil annual policy goals

Beijing set to lower annual GDP growth target to ‘around 7%’

China graft purge takes aim at military

Probe of 14 officers revealed ahead of parliament session

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Riches and perils of the fossil-fuel age

If nations could agree a carbon tax, it would help create a more efficient, less polluting future

Obama seeks reboot of China cyber laws

Call for change to new rules seen as favouring Chinese tech

Smog film captivates Chinese internet

Documentary on pollution chalks up 136m views in two days

China union boss warns of ‘foreign forces’

Comments spur backlash among rights activists

China markets jump after rate cut

Markets cheered after PBoC cuts interest rates

Tourism chief hits at lack of UK support

Hospitality trade body laments barriers facing foreign visitors

Foreign food clicks with Chinese consumers

Alibaba and JD.com race to sign up overseas fresh food producers

Sri Lanka to review terms of Chinese loans

Cost and transparency of development financing under discussion

China’s wild panda population rebounds

Intensive conservation efforts and a decline in poaching pay off

China’s renminbi falls to 28-month low

Demand for dollars from Chinese companies grows

Tencent takes prize in ‘red envelope’ war

WeChat trumps rival Alibaba with 1bn new year cash gifts

GSK chief’s pay halved after China scandal

Witty pays price for falling sales and corruption woes

China atwitter over next ‘tiger’ to fall

Article on Manchu prince puts spotlight on former vice-president

China is no longer a bargain

A-shares are a bet on reforms and on more leverage to buy shares

Chinese housebuying spurs global backlash

Politicians face increasing pressure to act as overseas spending spree pushes up prices

Macau casinos take lunar new year hit

Shares fall more than 5% on signs traditional peak period fell short

How addiction to debt came even to China

Huge increases in private sector credit preceded many crises

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