China Perspective Podcast: How Chinese authorities can help Evergrande clear billions in debt

China Evergrande Group has been stumbling from deadline to deadline as it grapples with US$300 billion debt liabilities. PHOTO: REUTERS

China Perspective Ep 23: How Chinese authorities can help Evergrande clear billions in debt

7:06 mins

Synopsis: The Straits Times analyses the latest developments in China in a weekly podcast.

The Straits Times' China bureau chief Tan Dawn Wei chats with Money FM 89.3's Elliot Danker and Bharati Jagdish.

Highlights of conversation (click/tap above):

00:55 Can authorities help with China Evergrande Group's inability to meet repayments for US$300 billion debt?

02:53 China Securities Regulatory Commission says it respects companies' choices on where to list their stock while again denying reports of a possible ban on one method of overseas stock listings

04:33 Taiwan's Minister for Foreign Affairs Joseph Wu warns of emerging military crisis with China

Produced by: Tan Dawn Wei (dawntan@sph.com.sg), The Breakfast Huddle, Money FM 89.3 & Fa'izah Sani

Edited by: Dan Koh

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