Zhang Jindong delivers a speech during a press conference on Suning's Acquisition of Inter Milan in Nanjing, Jiangsu province in June 2016. He paid US$306 million for about 70 per cent of the club. Photo: AFP Zhang Jindong delivers a speech during a press conference on Suning's Acquisition of Inter Milan in Nanjing, Jiangsu province in June 2016. He paid US$306 million for about 70 per cent of the club. Photo: AFP
Zhang Jindong delivers a speech during a press conference on Suning's Acquisition of Inter Milan in Nanjing, Jiangsu province in June 2016. He paid US$306 million for about 70 per cent of the club. Photo: AFP
Bonds

exclusive | Suning founder Zhang Jindong faces hostile creditors in attempt to delay US$600 million bond repayment

  • Creditors including Chinese lenders said to be preparing to demand for repayment, although a compromise may still be reached
  • Other lenders have earlier sued in mainland and Hong Kong courts to recover their debts

Topic |   Bonds
Zhang Jindong delivers a speech during a press conference on Suning's Acquisition of Inter Milan in Nanjing, Jiangsu province in June 2016. He paid US$306 million for about 70 per cent of the club. Photo: AFP Zhang Jindong delivers a speech during a press conference on Suning's Acquisition of Inter Milan in Nanjing, Jiangsu province in June 2016. He paid US$306 million for about 70 per cent of the club. Photo: AFP
Zhang Jindong delivers a speech during a press conference on Suning's Acquisition of Inter Milan in Nanjing, Jiangsu province in June 2016. He paid US$306 million for about 70 per cent of the club. Photo: AFP
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