Predictions for world coal markets and climate change emissions hinge on China, experts say.
A Communist Party circular creates conflict for local officials.
Economy struggles with slower growth and reforms.
Industry expects greater coal use despite government curbs.
Prices keep up their relentless climb as property tax plans meet resistance.
The government agenda after the Third Plenum is criticized for a lack of deadlines.
Cuts ordered for construction-related industries.
Authorities make a greater push to reach a five-year goal.
Supply gap may hinder air quality goals.
New safety push affects pollution, prices, overcapacity.
New projects appear to be aimed at making more use of coal instead of reducing consumption.
The plan is seen as a place-holder for reforms.
Beijing bets billions on Central Asia energy plans.
The Chinese capital pledges air quality improvements by 2017.
Mideast dependence remains as sourcing shifts to Iraq.
Previous efforts to end surplus production have failed.
A price slide leaves a mountain of debt.
Xi pledges to meet economic goals.
Local officials sidetrack new policies.
Shrinking labor force changes growth goals.
Price hike for industry may stem losses.
Rate slows as government targets data fraud.
Recent abrupt changes raise economic risks, experts say.
The timetable for contract terms slips again.
Wasteful industries targeted in air quality drive.
China's government faces problems of investment and waste.
Economists warn against the expectation of rapid change.
End of rural worker surplus spurs wage demands.
Overseas investment is expected continue despite weak demand.
Data fraud could force an easing of capital controls.