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THERE’S a lot working against China’s most indebted property firm. China Evergrande Group is sitting on US$113.7bil in debt and its core profit fell 45% in the first half of the year.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s corporate elite have come off the sidelines to oppose the violent protests that have disrupted businesses in the city and slashed billions of dollars off their market value.
SHANGHAI: Chinese developer bonds’ healthy run may be coming to an end.
NEW YORK: Chinese billionaire Wang Zhenhua was detained by Shanghai police, triggering an investor exodus from his real estate empire that erased more than $4 billion of market value and sent several of his companies’ dollar bonds tumbling.
PIECES of an electric car hang from the ceiling of the Chinese real-estate developer’s showroom, evoking an edgy installation at a modern art museum. In reality, they’re a symbol of the nation’s industrial ambitions.
BEIJING: An iPhone assembler, e-commerce emporium and real-estate developer typically don’t compete in the same business – except when it comes to electric vehicles in China.
HONG KONG: China Evergrande Group became Asia’s biggest bond market borrower so far this year after a US$1bil tap of its latest issue took the mainland property developers’ total sales so far to US$6.6bil.
BEIJING: An iPhone assembler, e-commerce emporium and real-estate developer typically don’t compete in the same business -- except when it comes to electric vehicles in China.
HONG KONG: Tencent Holdings Ltd. set the size for a five-tranche dollar bond issue at US$6 billion on Wednesday, making it the biggest dollar offering in Asia so far this year.
HONG KONG: China's Tencent Holdings Ltd is returning to the market with a U.S. dollar bond that could raise about $5 billion, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said.