Brown skies obscure 'beautiful China' ambitions
A country with a brown sky and hazardous air is obviously not beautiful.
Highlighting the skills you need in a changing China
Could 2013 be the year that skilled staff wages stop spiraling upward as companies reassess their workforce requirements?
Focus on local air quality
China has made progress in combating environmental pollution, but apparently it still has a lot to do to improve its overall air quality.
Priority for further reform
Restructuring the economy to maintain growth should improve people's living standards and narrow the wealth gap.
It may be time to lower the FDI sluice gate
China's outward FDI rose almost 12 fold, from $5.5 billion a year to more than $65 billion a year from 2004 to 2011, inward FDI fell 0.2 percent in October from a year earlier to $8.3 billion, the 11th fall in 12 months.
Low-income families are feeling chilly not only because the coldest winter in about 30 years, but also because of China's resurging consumer inflation.
The uncharted waters of the future
As world looks towards maritime sector, China cannot afford to be left behind.
A new engine for economic growth
Strong marine economy to spur urbanization, modernization of China's coastal regions.
Put housing prices in order
The developments in China's real estate sector over the past decade indicate that it has been largely swayed by government policies.
China must strive to improve WTO rules
Trade disputes with China are now widening and affecting more industries, and they are more frequently targeted at China's economic policies, structure and even system.
All must share security burden
Strong cyber security cannot be achieved by any of us in isolation: It's a group condition, a group responsibility.
Price-rigging fines on foreign firms insufficient
The price-rigging case will go down in Chinese legal history, but it should also be seen as a catalyst for change toward even greater and more effective regulation.