China property giant Evergrande admits debt crisis as protesters besiege HQ

Disgruntled investors and homebuyers voice their anger at headquarters as company appoints advisers and says firesale of assets won’t cover debts

Property giant China Evergrande Group has said that it cannot sell properties and other assets fast enough to service its massive $300bn debts, and that its cashflow was under “tremendous pressure”.

, China property giant Evergrande admits debt crisis as protesters besiege HQ, The Nzuchi Times Guardian

Only hours after angry investors besieged its Shenzhen headquarters and the company denied it was set for bankruptcy, Evergrande issued a statement to the Hong Kong stock exchange saying that a significant drop in sales would continue this month, which was likely to further deteriorate its liquidity and cash flow.

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