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FACTBOX-China Evergrande's upcoming bond coupon payments

    SHANGHAI, Oct 11 (Reuters) - China Evergrande Group
, with $305 billion in liabilities, is facing its
biggest test yet in public debt markets as the distressed
developer scrambles for funds ahead of what could be one of
China's largest restructurings.
    Bond coupon payments totalling more than $148 million are
due on Monday, after the company on Sept. 29 failed to make a
$47.5 million bond interest payment on its 9.5% March 2024
dollar bond. It also missed $83.5 million in coupon payments the
previous week. 
    While the developer does not have any more onshore or
offshore bonds maturing this year, it must still make coupon
payments for its offshore bonds totalling $500 million by Dec.
28.
    Following is a list of Evergrande's upcoming coupon payments
on its onshore and offshore bonds.
    
 Maturity  Ccy  Outstanding    Next      Next         RIC
                  amount      coupon    coupon   
                               date     amount   
 Apr. 11,  USD  $1.45 bln    Oct. 11,  $68.88                  
 2022                        2021      mln       
 Apr. 11,  USD  $850 mln     Oct. 11,  $42.5                   
 2023                        2021      mln       
 Apr. 11,  USD  $700 mln     Oct. 11,  $36.75                  
 2024                        2021      mln       
 Oct. 19,  CNY  2.1 bln      Oct. 19,  121.8                  
 2025           yuan         2021      mln yuan  
 Jan. 30,  USD  $300 mln     Oct. 30,  $14.25    <XS1991102846=
 2022                        2021      mln       TE>
 Nov. 6,   USD  $645 mln     Nov. 6,   $41.93                  
 2022                        2021      mln       
 Nov. 6,   USD  $590 mln     Nov. 6,   $40.56                  
 2023                        2021      mln       
 Jun. 28,  USD  $1.34 bln    Dec. 28,  $50.43                  
 2023                        2021      mln       
 Jun. 28,  USD  $4.68 bln    Dec. 28,  $204.77                 
 2025                        2021      mln       
 
($1 = 6.4369 Chinese yuan)
    

 (Reporting by Andrew Galbraith; Editing by  Christopher Cushing
& Shri Navaratnam)
  
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