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Sunac China Holdings Limited is principally engaged in the sales of properties in the People’s Republic of China (the PRC). The Company operates its business through two segments: Property Development and Property Management and Others. The Company’s subsidiaries include Sunac Real Estate Investment Holdings Ltd., Qiwei Real Estate Investment Holdings Ltd. and Yingzi Real Estate Investment Holdings Ltd..
10/F, Building C7, Magnetic Plaza,
Binshuixi Road, Nankai District
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Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President, Company Secretary
Executive Director, Executive President of the Group and the President of the Shanghai regional branch
Executive Director, Executive President of the Group and the President of the Guangzhou and Shenzhen regional branch
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* Deal to sell 51% in property services unit put on hold -sources
China Evergrande Group has paid an onshore bond coupon due on Tuesday, four people with knowledge of the matter said, amid concerns about a possible offshore default by the cash-strapped developer later this week.
Chinese property bonds remained firm on Tuesday after two major developers made coupon payments, though the market remained focused on the potential for default by China Evergrande Group this week.
Beijing's property tax plans and fresh signs of weakening in China's housing market knocked real estate shares in the country on Monday despite the central bank's efforts to calm nerves over China Evergrande Group's debt woes.
Shares of Chinese property developers climbed on Monday after China's central bank calmed markets by saying spillover effects from Evergrande's debt woes were controllable and the country's economy is "doing well".
Representatives from 10 Chinese property companies met government regulators to ask for an "appropriate loosening" on policy restrictions, financial news outlet Yicai reported late on Friday.
* Evergrande could be formally declared in default Oct. 18-19
China Evergrande Group on Tuesday missed its third round of bond payments in three weeks, intensifying market fears over contagion involving other property developers as a wall of debt payment obligations come due in the near-term.
Growing worries about defaults at Chinese property developers triggered a rout in their shares and bonds on Tuesday with fresh credit rating downgrades and uncertainty about the fate of cash-strapped China Evergrande Group sapping investor sentiment.
Hong Kong stocks rose on Tuesday as energy firms gained on the back of stronger crude oil prices, while Chinese property and related shares remained subdued on mounting worries over the debt crisis of China Evergrande Group.
Hong Kong shares rose on Tuesday as energy firms gained on the back of stronger crude oil prices, while Chinese real estate stocks remained subdued on mounting worries over the Evergrande debt crisis.
As investors were abuzz on Tuesday with cash-strapped China Evergrande Group's possible sale of a stake in a unit to raise as much as $5 billion, more Chinese property developers grappled with ratings downgrades on worries about their ability to repay debt.
* Smaller rival Fantasia misses bond payment, Fitch slashes rating
Hong Kong shares closed more than 1% higher on Tuesday, driven by gains in the real estate and technology sectors, while energy stocks jumped on higher underlying commodity prices.
Chinese shares rose on Tuesday, led by real estate stocks, after the central bank pledged to protect consumers exposed to the housing market, while Hong Kong gained as property and tech shares rebound.
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