Hong Kong-listed Yida China announced on 22 April that a financial crisis at its parent company had left it facing a default on loans with an outstanding principal of RMB 8.75 billion ($1.3 billion), with the developer saying it has yet… Read More>>
Lenders to CWT International Ltd have seized control of its assets in Singapore, China and the US after the unit of HNA Group failed to repay a short term loan taken out last October, a filing to the Hong Kong… Read More>>
CWT International (CWTI), a unit of Chinese conglomerate HNA Group announced on Tuesday that it had defaulted on a HK$1.4 billion ($179 million) loan it received less than seven months ago — an event which its creditors say could lead… Read More>>
HNA Group defaulted on a RMB 300 million ($43.82 million) principal of a loan on September 10, Hunan Trust announced on its website. The financial failure is the latest blow for the indebted conglomerate, which sold more than $17 billion… Read More>>
Zhonghong Holdings, the real estate developer controlled by tycoon Wang Yonghong announced last week that it had defaulted on RMB 1.1 billion ($160 million) in credit obligations in the month of July, bringing the Beijing-based company’s total past-due obligations to… Read More>>
China’s real estate slowdown appears to be claiming yet another victim, as China Cinda Asset Management takes over a planned 300-metre tall skyscraper project in the Zhejiang provincial city of Taizhou.
The state-owned “bad asset bank” acquired the Gangtai International… Read More>>
Less than three months after revealing that it had defaulted on more than RMB 1.1 billion ($174 million) in debts, beleaguered Chinese real estate developer Zhonghong Holdings is struggling to explain a deal with Shenzhen-based Kaisa Group that could bring… Read More>>
Credit ratings agency Moody’s Investors Service this week has downgraded its outlook for Hong Kong-listed developer Wuzhou International Holdings Limited as it predicted that the Jiangsu-based industrial specialist would default on $300 million in offshore bonds.
The downgrade comes after… Read More>>
Less than one year after its offshore affiliate paid $449 million to buy a stake in Seaworld from Blackstone, and just nine months after that same unit failed in its $4 billion bid to buy out US senior living operator… Read More>>
One of China’s most famous ghost cities could churn out a new kind of horror this week after a real estate developer based in the Inner Mongolian city of Ordos revealed last week that it is struggling to repay bonds… Read More>>