China Urges Evergrande Founder to Pay Debt With Personal Wealth

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Chinese authorities told Hui Ka Yan, the billionaire founder of China Evergrande Group, to use his personal wealth to alleviate the deepening debt crisis of the troubled real estate developer, according to people familiar with the matter. John Liu reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”


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