Slower growth and increasing inflationary pressures mean China needs economic restructuring to ensure healthy development.
The government's decision to lift the poverty line from 1,196 yuan ($187) a year to 2,300 yuan is significant.
Vice-Premier Wang Qishan's recent remarks on financing at the local level highlight the central government's grave concerns.
White paper shows that the whole of society is to participate in actions that will reduce the country's energy consumption.
Invest-for-return is a fundamental market rule. However, many listed companies in China seem all too happy to take the investment.
Allegations that the renminbi is undervalued are unfounded because its real effective exchange rate has continued to increase since 2005.
Is China still a developing country, or has it joined the ranks of developed countries?
A real estate bubble is not only an economic problem, it is also a social disease that can do a great deal of harm.
Only 2 percent of the UK's total exports from 2000 to 2010 went to China, according to a report released on Monday.
China's major concerns were not addressed by the US government despite real commitments by Beijing on IPR protection.
Chinese banks' yuan positions for foreign exchange purchases fell for the first time in four years last month.
The multilateral debate in climate negotiations is over the role of energy in human well-being.