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China Evergrande Crisis News - Caixin Global

Heavily indebted China Evergrande Group, one of the country’s largest property developers, is suffering a liquidity crisis after years of running a highly leveraged business. The company’s troubles have already started to reverberate through China’s economy and markets around the world.

In Depth: How Evergrande’s Founder Played the Capital Markets

Hui Ka Yan had a knack for creating hype that drove the debt-ridden developer to a stratospheric valuation, allowing it to borrow ever larger amounts

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