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Kaisa’s woes signal deepening crisis for Chinese developers

Published on April 13th, 2015

Creditors of Kaisa group reject rescue plan, as Fitch questions finances of fellow developer Evergrande Further cracks are appearing in China’s real estate market as developers struggle with debt. Kaisa…

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