Xi Faces Spiraling Evergrande Crisis

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Jul.27 — The China Evergrande Groupsaga is quickly becoming the biggest financial worry in a nation with no shortage of financial concerns even as the Chinese tech selloff grabs global attention. Bloomberg’s Rebecca Choong Wilkins reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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