Evergrande's offshore bondholders signal legal action - reports

$19bn of the company's liabilities

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Evergrande's troubles deepen
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Evergrande's troubles deepen

Evergrande international bondholders have warned the property group of potential legal action due to a lack of engagement from the company.

According to reports in the Financial Times, bondholders have hired offshore law firm Harney's, as they consider "enforcement actions" against the heavily indebted property firm. The offshore investor...

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