Embattled Chinese developer Evergrande's debt troubles pile on

Evergrande's shares have been down 51 per cent since the start of the year. PHOTO: REUTERS
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BEIJING - Intensified worries over whether China's biggest home builder - and the world's most indebted property developer - can pay off its dues have raised the question if a bailout may be imminent.

Evergrande Group is among the companies in the government's cross hairs as China seeks to curb the growing debt problems of its high-flying private firms.

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