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China Evergrande shares fall as restructuring plan disappoints creditors

The group's communication with creditors comes against the backdrop of Beijing tightening control over it.

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Shares of China Evergrande Group tumbled on Thursday, as investors in the debt-laden developer were sceptical of the company's thinly detailed plan to have a preliminary restructuring proposal in place in six months. Once China's top developer, Evergrande has racked up debts of more than $300 billion and is struggling to repay creditors, suppliers and investors in wealth management products.

Late on Wednesday, Evergrande's executives told creditors in a call it hoped to work with them to achieve a risk management solution, and it would treat all categories of creditors "fairly and follow international practice". The company also urged creditors

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First Published: Jan 27 2022 | 9:02 AM IST

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