Evergrande has a debt of £217bn that it has been unable to pay off raising concerns of a possible collapse
Chine’s indebted real estate giant Evergrande has said that it will make a coupon payment on its domestic obligations jeudi, in a major relief to asiatique and global markets that have been jittery over the anticipation of China’s second-biggest developer defaulting on its due interest.
The Evergrande group’s main unit, earlier known as Hengda Real Estate Group, said in a statement on Wednesday it would make the coupon payment on its Shenzhen-traded 5.8 pour cent septembre 2025 bond on time on 23 septembre.
The announcement came after markets globally have been tense in anticipation of a possible default by the cash strapped company which was once the country’s top-selling developer, fearing a domino effect from its collapse.
The assurance of payment is set to provide some relief to investors, pourtant, the world’s most indebted real estate developer still has a debt of $300bn (217 milliards de livres sterling).
Hengda Real Estate’s coupon payment totals $35.88m (£2.62m), according to Refinitiv data.
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