Even without considering any expenses for marketing or human resources, Evergrande would not have enough finished property projects in its entire portfolio to generate the cash that can meet its financial obligations. Illustration by Lau Ka-kuen
Even without considering any expenses for marketing or human resources, Evergrande would not have enough finished property projects in its entire portfolio to generate the cash that can meet its financial obligations. Illustration by Lau Ka-kuen

Evergrande: Could it be the end of the road for the world’s most indebted property developer, as US$37 billion bill comes due?

  • There is mounting fear about developer’s ability to repay piling debt against the backdrop of muted property sales and efforts by Beijing to rein in the property sector
  • The company ‘is no longer a viable business’, say TS Lombard analysts

Topic |   Evergrande crisis
Even without considering any expenses for marketing or human resources, Evergrande would not have enough finished property projects in its entire portfolio to generate the cash that can meet its financial obligations. Illustration by Lau Ka-kuen
Even without considering any expenses for marketing or human resources, Evergrande would not have enough finished property projects in its entire portfolio to generate the cash that can meet its financial obligations. Illustration by Lau Ka-kuen
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