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Evergrande Got Too Grand For Its Own Good

Alfredo Montufar-Helu, Beijing Director, The Economist Intelligence Corporate Network

27-Sep-21 07:30

Evergrande Got Too Grand For Its Own Good

The world most indebted property company turned conglomerate, Evergrande is facing a debt pile of over US$300 billion with a serious cash crunch. Alfredo Montufar-Helu, Beijing Director, The Economist Intelligence Corporate Network tells us the backstory of how this happened and is the Chinese government going to save the day.

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Produced by: Sim Wie Boon

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Philip See


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Tags:  EvergandeChinaDebtOutlookPerformanceUrban developmentRural developmentFinancial ServicesGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingProperty, Real Estate, ConstructionCEO/Business leadersEconomy, MarketsPropertyPolitics, News, Current Affairs


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