•   
  •   

US News China: Evergrand claim to give their keys to 57,000 owners

09:50  03 november  2021
09:50  03 november  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

Climate: China wants to limit the use of fossil energies within 2060

 Climate: China wants to limit the use of fossil energies within 2060 The objective is that non-fossil energies account for around 25% of total energy consumption by 2030 © China New / Sipa in 2021, Xi Jinping, Chinese President. Pollution - The objective is that non-fossil energies account for around 25% of total energy consumption by 2030 China wants to limit to less than 20% by 2060 the use of fossil energies According to a plan setting out a series of objectives to achieve the carbon neutral , published Sunday by the official China New Agency.

Un complexe immobilier Evergrande à Pékin, le 21 octobre 2021 © Christmas Celis A real estate complex Evergrande in Beijing, October 21, 2021

The Chinese real estate group Evergrand has delivered more than 57,000 properties to their owners, said Wednesday the proponent Ultra-indebted, whose financial situation is scrutinized with concern by the markets.

Evergrande, which dragged a slate estimated at 260 billion euros, is one of the largest real estate groups in China. Due to moribund finance, the firm had indicated in September that it may not perhaps honor all its commitments.

and dozens of injured owners, having not received delivery from their apartment, had manifested in front of the group's headquarters in Shenzhen.

Washington calls on the world to support Taiwan's participation in United Nations Institutions

 Washington calls on the world to support Taiwan's participation in United Nations Institutions © - Evan VUCCI US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken on February 4, 2021 in Washington. The Communiqué of the US Secretary of State intervenes in a context of tension with China, especially about the nationalist island. with our correspondent in Washington, Guillaume Naudin The date is probably not chosen at random. Anthony Blinken is expressed in the aftermath of the fiftieth anniversary of the communist China's entrance to the UN, replacing Taiwan.

"Between July and October, Evergrand delivered 546 lots from 184 projects (real estate) to 57,462 owners," said the group in a statement.

The document does not specify whether it is only housing or if the number also includes commercial goods. "Evergrand has carefully finalized every detail of the housing and honored its promises with quality," welcomed the group.

Evergrand's action won Wednesday afternoon more than 2.5% on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, where the promoter is listed.

In September, the fear of Evergrande's bankruptcy had set up international markets after two interest payments on non-honored dollar bonds. The group, which had a period of grace of 30 days for each deadline, has since paid $ 131 million (€ 113 million) due in total.

Evergrande had in the wake announced in October the restart of certain sites that had been stopped due to lack of cash. The poor health of the group is only one of the symptoms of a real estate sector in China, globally seized.

The prices of new housing are thus folded down in the country for the first time in six years, in a context of mistrust of buyers in the face of the risk of bankruptcy of several promoters.

sbr / bar / spi

China: Always indebted, Evergrande escapes a new payment defect .
© Pixabay China: Always indebted, Evergrande escapes a new payment defect The Chinese real estate promoter has managed to pay on time for bond interest. little thinning for Evergrande. The Chinese real estate developer, always ultra-indebted, and whose potential bankruptcy could shake the national economy, has managed to pay on time bond interests, avoiding the lack of payment, the Bloomberg agency said. The markets reacted well to the news, the Group's action from 6.75% on the Hong Kong Stock

usr: 0
This is interesting!