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Evergrande crisis: a third of China’s developers may face pressure with US$84 billion in debt maturing by end of 2022, S&P warns

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A third of China’s property developers could see their liquidity “acutely strained” in the worst case scenario as weaker sentiment and new government regulations weigh on their funding sources, with a “real” risk of default as some US billion in debt is set to mature by the end of next year, according to S&P Global Ratings.The credit rating company said that more than half of its rated portfolio of Chinese property developers are “most at risk” under such a scenario as their bonds are rated…

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A third of China’s property developers could see their liquidity “acutely strained” in the worst case scenario as weaker sentiment and new government regulations weigh on their funding sources, with a “real” risk of default as some US$84 billion in debt is set to mature by the end of next year, according to S&P Global Ratings.The credit rating company said that more than half of its rated portfolio of Chinese property developers are “most at risk” under such a scenario as their bonds are rated…

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